O. Reg. 191/14: BUILDING CODE

Link to law: http://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/r14191
Published: 2014-09-23

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ontario regulation 191/14

made under the

BUILDING CODE act, 1992

Made: September 17, 2014
Filed: September 23, 2014
Published on e-Laws: September 23, 2014
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: October 11, 2014


Amending O. Reg. 332/12

(BUILDING CODE)

1. Article 1.1.2.1. of Division A of Ontario Regulation 332/12 is revoked and the following substituted:

1.1.2.1. Application of Parts 1, 7 and 12

(1) Part 1 of Division B applies to all buildings.

(2) Subject to Article 1.1.2.6., Parts 7 and 12 of Division B apply to all buildings.

2. Sentence 1.1.2.3.(1) of Division A of the Regulation is amended by adding “Subject to Article 1.1.2.6.” at the beginning.

3. (1) Clause 1.4.1.2.(1)(c) of Division A of the Regulation is amended by adding the following definition:

Certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1.3.3.5.(1) of Division C means a certificate described in Sentence 3.7.4.3.(7) of Division C.

(2) The definition of “continuous vent” in Clause 1.4.1.2.(1)(c) of Division A of the Regulation is amended by striking out “of fixture drain” at the end and substituting “or fixture drain”.

4. Items 6 to 9 of Table 1.4.2.1. of Division A of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

 


6.


cd


candela(s)




7.


CFU


colony forming units




8


cm


centimetre(s)




9.


cm²


square centimetre(s)




9.1


CO2e


carbon dioxide equivalent




5. Sentence 1.3.1.1.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “May 1, 2012” at the end and substituting “June 30, 2012”.

6. Table 1.3.1.2. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Table 1.3.1.2.
Documents Referenced in the Building Code

Forming Part of Sentence 1.3.1.2.(1)

 


Item


Column 1
Issuing Agency


Column 2
Document Number


Column 3
Title of Document(1)


Column 4
Code Reference

 



1.


ACGIH


2013, 28th Edition


Industrial Ventilation Manual


6.2.1.1.(1)
6.2.2.4.(1)

 



2.


AISI


S201-07


North American Standard for Cold Formed Steel Framing – Product Data


9.24.1.2.(1)

 



3.


ANSI


A208.1-2009


Particleboard


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.14.2.(3)
9.29.9.1.(1)
9.30.2.2.(1)

 



4.


ANSI/ASHRAE


62.1-2010


Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality


6.2.2.1.(2)
6.2.3.8.(15)

 



5.


ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA


90.1-2010


Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



6.


ANSI/CSA


ANSI Z21.22-1999 / CSA 4.4-M99 (including Addenda 1 and 2)


Relief Valves for Hot Water Supply Systems


7.2.10.11.(1)

 



7.


APHA/AWWA/WEF


2012, 22nd Edition


Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Waste Water


8.9.2.4.(1)(b)

 



8.


ASHRAE


2013


Fundamentals


5.2.1.3.(1)
6.2.1.1.(1)

 



9.


ASHRAE


2011


HVAC Applications


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



10.


ASHRAE


2012


HVAC Systems and Equipment


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



11.


ASHRAE


2014


Refrigeration


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



12.


ASME


A112.19.8-2007


Suction Fittings for Use in Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs


3.12.4.1.(9)

 



13.


ASME


B16.3-2011


Malleable Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 150 and 300


7.2.6.6.(1)

 



14.


ASME


B16.4-2011


Gray Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250


7.2.6.5.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



15.


ASME


B16.12-2009


Cast Iron Threaded Drainage Fittings


7.2.6.3.(1)

 



16.


ASME


B16.15-2011


Cast Copper Alloy Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250


7.2.7.3.(1)

 



17.


ASME


B16.18-2012


Cast Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings


7.2.7.6.(1)
7.2.7.6.(2)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



18.


ASME


B16.22-2001


Wrought Copper and Copper Alloy Solder Joint Pressure Fittings


7.2.7.6.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



19.


ASME


B16.23-2011


Cast Copper Alloy Solder Joint Drainage Fittings: DWV


7.2.7.5.(1)

 



20.


ASME


B16.24-2011


Cast Copper Alloy Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings: Classes 150, 300, 600, 900, 1500 and 2500


7.2.7.2.(1)

 



21.


ASME


B16.26-2011


Cast Copper Alloy Fittings for Flared Copper Tubes


7.2.7.7.(1)
7.2.7.7.(2)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



22.


ASME


B16.29-2007


Wrought Copper and Wrought Copper Alloy Solder Joint Drainage Fittings - DWV


7.2.7.5.(1)

 



23.


ASME


B18.6.1-1981


Wood Screws (Inch Series)


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.3.1.(3)

 



24.


ASME / CSA


ASME A17.1-2010 / CSA B44-10


Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators


3.5.2.2.(1)
Table 4.1.5.11.
7.4.3.6.(1)

 



25.


ASME / CSA


ASME A112.18.1-2012 / CSA B125.1-12


Plumbing Supply Fittings


7.2.10.6.(1)
7.6.5.2.(1)

 



26.


ASME / CSA


ASME A112.18.2-2011 / CSA B125.2-11


Plumbing Waste Fittings


7.2.3.3.(1)
7.2.10.6.(2)

 



27.


ASME / CSA


ASME A112.19.1-2008 / CSA B45.2-08


Enamelled Cast Iron and Enamelled Steel Plumbing Fixtures


7.2.2.2.(3)
7.2.2.2.(4)

 



28.


ASME / CSA


ASME A112.19.2-2008 / CSA B45.1-08


Ceramic Plumbing Fixtures


7.2.2.2.(2)

 



29.


ASME / CSA


ASME A112.19.3-2008 / CSA B45.4-08
 


Stainless Steel Plumbing Fixtures


7.2.2.2.(5)

 



30.


ASME / CSA


ASME A112.19.7-2012 / CSA B45.10-12


Hydromassage Bathtub Systems 


7.2.2.2.(7)

 



31.


ASPE


2005


Data Books


7.6.3.1.(2)
7.7.4.1.(1)

 



32.


ASSE


ANSI/ASSE 1010-2004


Water Hammer Arresters


7.2.10.15.(1)

 



33.


ASSE


1051-2009


Individual and Branch Type Air Admittance Valves for Sanitary Drainage Systems


7.2.10.16.(1)

 



34.


ASTM


A53 / A53M-10


Pipe, Steel, Black and Hot-Dipped, Zinc-Coated Welded and Seamless


7.2.6.7.(4)

 



35.


ASTM


A123 / A123M-09


Zinc (Hot Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products


Table 5.10.1.1.
Table 9.20.16.1.

 



36.


ASTM


A153 / A153M-09


Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware


Table 5.10.1.1.
Table 9.20.16.1.

 



37.


ASTM


A252-10


Welded and Seamless Steel Pipe Piles


4.2.3.8.(1)

 



38.


ASTM


A283 / A283M-03


Low and Intermediate Tensile Strength Carbon Steel Plates


4.2.3.8.(1)

 



39.


ASTM


A518 / A518M-99


Corrosion-Resistant High-Silicon Iron Castings


7.2.8.1.(1)

 



40.


ASTM


A653 / A653M-11


Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.3.3.2.(1)

 



41.


ASTM


A792 / A792M-10


Steel Sheet, 55% Aluminum-Zinc Alloy-Coated by the Hot-Dip Process


9.3.3.2.(1)

 



42.


ASTM


A1008 / A1008M-11


Steel, Sheet, Cold-Rolled, Carbon, Structural, High-Strength Low-Alloy, and High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved Formability, Solution Hardened, and Bake Hardenable


4.2.3.8.(1)

 



43.


ASTM


A1011 / A1011M-10


Steel, Sheet and Strip, Hot-Rolled, Carbon, Structural, High-Strength Low-Alloy, High-Strength Low-Alloy with Improved Formability, and Ultra-High Strength


4.2.3.8.(1)

 



44.


ASTM


B32-08


Solder Metal


7.2.9.2.(2)

 



45.


ASTM


B42-10


Seamless Copper Pipe, Standard Sizes


7.2.7.1.(1)

 



46.


ASTM


B43-09


Seamless Red Brass Pipe, Standard Sizes


7.2.7.1.(2)

 



47.


ASTM


B68 / B68M-11 


Seamless Copper Tube, Bright Annealed


7.2.7.4.(3)

 



48.


ASTM


B88-09


Seamless Copper Water Tube


7.2.7.4.(1)
7.2.7.4.(3)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



49.


ASTM


B306-09


Copper Drainage Tube (DWV)


7.2.7.4.(1)

 



50.


ASTM


B813-10


Liquid and Paste Fluxes for Soldering of Copper and Copper Alloy Tube


7.2.9.2.(3)

 



51.


ASTM


B828-02


Making Capillary Joints by Soldering of Copper and Copper Alloy Tube and Fittings


7.3.2.4.(1)

 



52.


ASTM


C4-04


Clay Drain Tile and Perforated Clay Drain Tile


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



53.


ASTM


C27-98


Classification for Fire Clay and High-Alumina Refractory Brick


9.21.3.4.(1)

 



54.


ASTM


C73-10


Calcium Silicate Brick (Sand-Lime Brick)


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



55.


ASTM


C126-11


Ceramic Glazed Structural Clay Facing Tile, Facing Brick, and Solid Masonry Units


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



56.


ASTM


C212-10


Structural Clay Facing Tile


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



57.


ASTM


C260 / C260M-10a


Air-Entraining Admixtures for Concrete


9.3.1.8.(1)

 



58.


ASTM


C411-11


Hot-Surface Performance of High-Temperature Thermal Insulation


6.2.3.4.(3)
6.2.9.2.(2)

 



59.


ASTM


C412M-11


Concrete Drain Tile (Metric)


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



60.


ASTM


C444M-03


Perforated Concrete Pipe (Metric)


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



 


 


 


 

 



61.


ASTM


C494 / C494M-11


Chemical Admixtures for Concrete


9.3.1.8.(1)

 



62.


ASTM


C553-11


Mineral Fiber Blanket Thermal Insulation for Commercial and Industrial Applications


Table 5.10.1.1.

 



63.


ASTM


C612-10


Mineral Fiber Block and Board Thermal Insulation


Table 5.10.1.1.

 



64.


ASTM


C700-11


Vitrified Clay Pipe, Extra Strength, Standard Strength and Perforated


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



65.


ASTM


C834-10


Latex Sealants


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.4.2.(2)

 



66.


ASTM


C920-11


Elastomeric Joint Sealants


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.4.2.(2)

 



67.


ASTM


C954-11


Steel Drill Screws for the Application of Gypsum Panel Products or Metal Plaster Bases to Steel Studs from 0.033 in. (0.84 mm) to 0.112 in. (2.84 mm) in Thickness


9.24.1.4.(1)

 



68.


ASTM


C991-08e1


Flexible Fibrous Glass Insulation for Metal Buildings


Table 5.10.1.1.

 



69.


ASTM


C1002-07


Steel Self-Piercing Tapping Screws for the Application of Gypsum Panel Products or Metal Plaster Bases to Wood Studs or Steel Studs


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.24.1.4.(1)
9.29.5.7.(1)

 



70.


ASTM


C1053-00


Borosilicate Glass Pipe and Fittings for Drain, Waste and Vent (DWV) Applications


7.2.8.1.(1)

 



71.


ASTM


C1177 / C1177M-08


Glass Mat Gypsum Substrate for Use as Sheathing


Table 5.10.1.1.
Table 9.23.16.2.A.

 



72.


ASTM


C1178 / C1178M-11


Coated Glass Mat Water-Resistant Gypsum Backing Panel


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.29.5.2.(1)

 



73.


ASTM


C1184-05


Structural Silicone Sealants


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.4.2.(2)

 



74.


ASTM


C1311-10


Solvent Release Sealants


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.4.2.(2)

 



75.


ASTM


C1330-02


Cylindrical Sealant Backing for Use with Cold Liquid-Applied Sealants


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.4.2.(3)

 



76.


ASTM


C1396 / C1396M-11


Gypsum Board


3.1.5.12.(4)
Table 5.10.1.1.
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.29.5.2.(1)
Table 9.29.5.3.

 



77.


ASTM


D323-08


Vapor Pressure of Petroleum Products (Reid Method)


1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

 



78.


ASTM


D374-99


Thickness of Solid Electrical Insulation


3.15.4.1.(1)

 



79.


ASTM


D568-77


Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Flexible Plastics in a Vertical Position


3.15.4.1.(1)

 



80.


ASTM


D635-06


Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position


3.15.4.1.(1)

 



81.


ASTM


D2178-04


Asphalt Glass Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing


Table 5.10.1.1.

 



82.


ASTM


D2898-10


Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing


3.1.5.5.(5)
3.1.5.25.(1)
3.2.3.7.(5)
3.2.3.7.(7)

 



83.


ASTM


D3261-10a


Butt Heat Fusion Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Fittings for Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe and Tubing


7.2.5.5.(3)

 



84.


ASTM


E90-04


Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Transmission Loss of Building Partitions and Elements


5.9.1.1.(1)
9.11.1.1.(1)

 



85.


ASTM


E96 / E96M-10


Water Vapor Transmission of Materials


5.5.1.2.(3)
9.25.4.2.(1)
9.25.5.1.(1)

 



86.


ASTM


E336-05


Measurement of Airborne Sound Attenuation Between Rooms in Buildings


5.9.1.1.(1)
9.11.1.1.(1)

 



87.


ASTM


E413-04


Classification for Rating Sound Insulation


5.9.1.1.(1)
9.11.1.1.(1)

 



88.


ASTM


E2190-10


Insulating Glass Unit Performance and Evaluation


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(1)

 



89.


ASTM


F476-84


Security of Swinging Door Assemblies


9.7.5.2.(2)

 



90.


ASTM


F628-08


Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) Schedule 40 Plastic Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe With a Cellular Core


7.2.5.10.(1)
7.2.5.12.(1)
7.2.5.12.(2)

 



91.


ASTM


F714-10


Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe (SDR-PR) Based on Outside Diameter


7.2.5.6.(1)

 



92.


ASTM


F1667-05


Driven Fasteners: Nails, Spikes and Staples


9.23.3.1.(1)
9.26.2.2.(1)
9.29.5.6.(1)

 



93.


AWPA


M4-11


Care of Preservative-Treated Wood Products


Table 5.10.1.1.

 



94.


AWS


ANSI/AWS A5.8M/ 5.8:2011


Specification for Filler Metals for Brazing and Braze Welding


7.2.9.2.(4)

 



95.


AWWA


ANSI/AWWA C104 / A21.4-2008


Cement-Mortar Lining for Ductile-Iron Pipe and Fittings


7.2.6.4.(2)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



96.


AWWA


ANSI/AWWA C110 / A21.10-2012


Ductile-Iron and Gray-Iron Fittings


7.2.6.4.(3)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



97.


AWWA


ANSI/AWWA C111 / A21.11-2012


Rubber-Gasket Joints for Ductile-Iron Pressure Pipe and Fittings


7.2.6.4.(4)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



98.


AWWA


ANSI/AWWA C151 / A21.51-2009


Ductile-Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast


7.2.6.4.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



99.


BCMOH


Version 2, 21st Sept, 2007


Sewerage System Standard Practice Manual


8.7.8.3.(2)
8.7.8.3.(3)

 



100.


BNQ


BNQ 3624-115-2007


Polyethylene (PE) Pipe and Fittings - Flexible Pipes for Drainage - Characteristics and Test Methods


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



101.


BNQ


CAN/BNQ 3680-600-2009


Onsite Residential Wastewater Treatment Technologies


8.6.2.2.(5)
Table 8.6.2.2.

 



102.


CCBFC


NRCC 38730 1997


Model National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



103.


CCBFC


NRCC 54435 2011


National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



104.


CCBFC


NRCC 38726 1995


National Building Code of Canada


1.3.1.2.(3) of Division A

 



105.


CCBFC


NRCC 53301 2010


National Building Code of Canada


2.4.2.1.(2) of Division C

 



106.


CCBFC


NRCC 53302 2010


National Plumbing Code of Canada


2.4.2.1.(2) of Division C

 



107.


CCBFC


NRCC 53303 2010


National Fire Code of Canada


3.3.1.2.(1)
3.3.5.2.(1)
6.2.2.5.(1)

 



108.


CCBFC


NRCC 38732 1995


National Farm Building Code of Canada


1.3.1.2.(1) to (5) of Division A

 



109.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-1.501-M89


Method of Permeance of Coated Wallboard


5.5.1.2.(2)
9.25.4.2.(5)

 



110.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-7.2-94


Adjustable Steel Columns


9.17.3.4.(1)

 



111.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-10.3-92


Air Setting Refractory Mortar


9.21.3.4.(2)
9.21.3.9.(1)
9.22.2.2.(2)

 



112.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-11.3-M87


Hardboard


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.9.1.(2)
9.29.7.1.(1)
9.30.2.2.(1)

 



113.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-11.5-M87


Hardboard, Precoated, Factory Finished, for Exterior Cladding


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.9.1.(1)

 



114.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.1-M90


Tempered or Laminated Safety Glass


3.3.1.19.(2)
3.4.6.15.(1)
3.4.6.15.(3)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(2)
9.6.1.4.(1)
9.8.8.7.(1)

 



115.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.2-M91


Flat, Clear Sheet Glass


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(1)

 



116.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.3-M91


Flat, Clear Float Glass


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(1)

 



117.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.4-M91


Heat Absorbing Glass


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(1)

 



118.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.5-M86


Mirrors, Silvered


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(3)

 



119.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.8-97


Insulating Glass Units


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(1)

 



120.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.10-M76


Glass, Light and Heat Reflecting


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(1)

 



121.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.11-M90


Wired Safety Glass


3.3.1.19.(2)
3.4.6.15.(1)
3.4.6.15.(3)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.6.1.2.(2)
9.6.1.4.(1)
9.8.8.7.(1)

 



122.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-12.20-M89


Structural Design of Glass for Buildings


4.3.6.1.(1)
9.6.1.3.(1)

 



123.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-19.22-M89


Mildew Resistant Sealing Compound for Tubs and Tile


9.29.10.5.(1)

 



124.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-34.9-M94


Asbestos-Cement Sewer Pipe


7.2.5.1.(2)

 



125.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-34.22-94


Asbestos-Cement Drain Pipe


Table 5.10.1.1.
7.2.5.1.(1)
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



126.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-34.23-94


Asbestos-Cement House Connection Sewer Pipe


7.2.5.1.(2)

 



127.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.1-M89


Chemical Emulsified Type, Emulsified Asphalt for Dampproofing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)

 



128.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.2-M88


Emulsified Asphalt, Mineral Colloid Type, Unfilled, for Dampproofing and Waterproofing and for Roof Coatings


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)
9.13.3.2.(1)

 



129.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.3-M89


Application of Emulsified Asphalts for Dampproofing or Waterproofing


5.8.2.3.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.3.(1)
9.13.3.3.(1)

 



130.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.4-M89


Fibrated, Cutback Asphalt, Lap Cement for Asphalt Roofing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



131.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.5-M89


Cutback Asphalt Plastic Cement


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



132.


CGSB


37-GP-6Ma-1983


Asphalt, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing


5.8.2.2.(6)
5.8.2.2.(7)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)

 



133.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.8-M88


Asphalt, Cutback, Filled, for Roof Coating


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



134.


CGSB


37-GP-9Ma-1983


Primer, Asphalt, Unfilled, for Asphalt Roofing, Dampproofing and Waterproofing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



135.


CGSB


37-GP-12Ma-1984


Application of Unfilled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing


5.8.2.3.(2)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.3.(1)

 



136.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.16-M89


Filled, Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing and Waterproofing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)
9.13.3.2.(1)

 



137.


CGSB


37-GP-18Ma-1985


Tar, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing


5.8.2.2.(6)
5.8.2.2.(7)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)

 



138.


CGSB


37-GP-21M-1985


Tar, Cutback, Fibrated, For Roof Coating


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



139.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.22-M89


Application of Unfilled, Cutback Tar Foundation Coating for Dampproofing


5.8.2.3.(2)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.3.(1)

 



140.


CGSB


37-GP-36M-1976


Application of Filled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing and Waterproofing


5.8.2.3.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.

 



141.


CGSB


37-GP-37M-1977


Application of Hot Asphalt for Dampproofing or Waterproofing


5.8.2.3.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.

 



142.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.50-M89


Hot Applied, Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



143.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.51-M90


Application for Hot Applied Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing


5.6.1.2.(1)
5.8.2.3.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.15.1.(1)

 



144.


CGSB


37-GP-52M-1984


Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane, Sheet Applied, Elastomeric


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



145.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-37.54-95


Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



146.


CGSB


37-GP-55M-1979


Application of Sheet Applied Flexible Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing Membrane


5.6.1.2.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.16.1.(1)

 



147.


CGSB


37-GP-56M-1985


Membrane, Modified, Bituminous, Prefabricated, and Reinforced for Roofing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)
9.13.3.2.(1)
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



148.


CGSB


37-GP-64M-1977


Mat Reinforcing, Fibrous Glass, for Membrane Waterproofing Systems and Built-up Roofing


Table 5.10.1.1.

 



149.


CGSB


41-GP-6M-1983


Sheets, Thermosetting Polyester Plastics, Glass Fiber Reinforced


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



150.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-41.24-95


Rigid Vinyl Siding, Soffits and Fascia


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.12.1.(1)

 



151.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-51.25-M87


Thermal Insulation, Phenolic, Faced 


Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.25.2.2.(1)

 



152.


CGSB


51-GP-27M-1979


Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene, Loose Fill 


9.25.2.2.(1)

 



153.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-51.32-M77


Sheathing, Membrane, Breather Type


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.13.9.(1)
9.26.2.1.(1)
9.27.3.2.(1)

 



154.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-51.33-M89


Vapour Barrier, Sheet, Excluding Polyethylene, for Use in Building Construction


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.25.4.2.(4)

 



155.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-51.34-M86 (amended 1988)


Vapour Barrier, Polyethylene Sheet for Use in Building Construction


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)
9.13.4.2.(1)
9.18.6.2.(1)
9.25.3.2.(2)
9.25.3.6.(1)
9.25.4.2.(3)

 



156.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-82.6-M86


Doors, Mirrored Glass, Sliding or Folding, Wardrobe


9.6.1.2.(2)

 



157.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-93.1-M85


Sheet, Aluminum Alloy, Prefinished Residential


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.11.1.(4)

 



158.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-93.2-M91


Prefinished Aluminum Siding, Soffits and Facsia for Residential Use


3.2.3.6.(4)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.10.14.5.(8)
9.10.14.5.(11)
9.10.15.5.(7)
9.10.15.5.(10)
9.27.11.1.(3)

 



159.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-93.3-M91


Prefinished Galvanized and Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Steel Sheet for Residential Use


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.11.1.(2)

 



160.


CGSB


CAN/CGSB-93.4-92


Galvanized Steel and Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Coated Steel Siding, Soffits and Fascia, Prefinished, Residential


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.11.1.(1)

 



161.


CSA


CAN/CSA-6.19-01


Residential Carbon Monoxide Alarming Devices


6.2.12.3.(1)
9.33.4.3.(1)

 



162.


CSA


A23.1-09


Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction


4.2.3.6.(1)
4.2.3.9.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.3.1.1.(1)
9.3.1.1.(4)
9.3.1.3.(1)
9.3.1.4.(1)
9.39.1.4.(1)

 



163.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A23.3-04


Design of Concrete Structures


Table 4.1.8.9.
4.3.3.1.(1)

 



164.


CSA


A60.1-M1976


Vitrified Clay Pipe


7.2.5.4.(1)

 



165.


CSA


A60.3-M1976


Vitrified Clay Pipe Joints


7.2.5.4.(2)

 



166.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A82.1-M87


Burned Clay Brick (Solid Masonry Units Made From Clay or Shale)


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



167.


CSA


A82.4-M1978


Structural Clay Load-Bearing Wall Tile


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



168.


CSA


A82.5-M1978


Structural Clay Non-Load-Bearing Tile


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



169.


CSA


CAN3-A82.8-M78


Hollow Clay Brick


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



170.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A82.27-M91


Gypsum Board


3.1.5.12.(4)
Table 5.10.1.1.
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.29.5.2.(1)

 



171.


CSA


A82.30-M1980


Interior Furring, Lathing and Gypsum Plastering


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.29.4.1.(1)

 



172.


CSA


A82.31-M1980


Gypsum Board Application


3.2.3.6.(4)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.10.12.4.(3)
9.29.5.1.(2)

 



173.


CSA


CAN3-A93-M82


Natural Airflow Ventilators for Buildings


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.19.1.2.(5)

 



174.


CSA


A123.1-05 /A123.5-05


Asphalt Shingles Made from Organic Felt and Surfaced with Mineral Granules / Asphalt Shingles Made from Glass Felt and Surfaced with Mineral Granules


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



175.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A123.2-03


Asphalt Coated Roofing Sheets


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



176.


CSA


A123.3-05


Asphalt Saturated Organic Roofing Felt


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



177.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A123.4-04


Asphalt for Constructing Built-Up Roof Coverings and Waterproofing Systems


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.13.2.2.(1)
9.13.3.2.(1)
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



178.


CSA


A123.17-05


Asphalt Glass Felt Used in Roofing and Waterproofing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



179.


CSA


CAN3-A123.51-M85


Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1:3 and Steeper


5.6.1.2.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.1.2.(1)

 



180.


CSA


CAN3-A123.52-M85


Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1:6 to Less than 1:3


5.6.1.2.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.1.2.(1)

 



181.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A165.1-04


Concrete Block Masonry Units


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.15.2.2.(1)
9.17.5.1.(1)
9.20.2.1.(1)
9.20.2.6.(1)

 



182.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A165.2-04


Concrete Brick Masonry Units


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



183.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A165.3-04


Prefaced Concrete Masonry Units


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



184.


CSA


CAN3-A165.4-M85


Autoclaved Cellular Units


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.20.2.1.(1)

 



185.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A179-04


Mortar and Grout for Unit Masonry


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.15.2.2.(3)
9.20.3.1.(1)

 



186.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A220.0-06


Performance of Concrete Roof Tiles


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)

 



187.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A220.1-06


Installation of Concrete Roof Tiles


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.17.1.(1)

 



188.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A257 Series-09


Standards for Concrete Pipe and Manhole Sections


7.2.5.3.(1)

 



189.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A257.4-09


Precast Reinforced Circular Concrete Manhole Sections, Catch Basins, and Fittings


7.2.5.3.(5)

 



190.


CSA


A277-08


Procedure for Factory Certification of Buildings


9.1.1.9.(1)
3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C
3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

 



191.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A324-M88


Clay Flue Liners


9.21.3.3.(1)

 



192.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A371-04


Masonry Construction for Buildings


5.6.1.2.(2)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.15.2.2.(3)
9.20.3.2.(7)
9.20.15.2.(1)

 



193.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A405-M87


Design and Construction of Masonry Chimneys and Fireplaces


9.21.3.5.(1)
9.22.1.4.(7)
9.22.5.2.(2)

 



194.


CSA


AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-11


NAFS – North American Fenestration Standard/Specification for Windows, Doors, and Skylights


5.10.2.2.(1)
Table 9.7.3.3.
9.7.4.1.(1)
9.7.4.2.(1)
9.7.4.3.(2)
9.7.5.1.(1)
9.7.5.3.(1)

 



195.


CSA


A440.2-09 / A440.3-09


Fenestration Energy Performance / User Guide to CSA A440.2-09, Fenestration Energy Performance


Table 9.7.3.3.
12.3.1.2.(1)

 



196.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A440.4-07


Window, Door and Skylight Installation


9.7.6.1.(1)

 



197.


CSA


A440S1-09


Canadian Supplement to AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440, NAFS – North American Fenestration Standard/Specification for Windows, Doors, and Skylights


5.10.2.2.(1)
9.7.4.2.(1)
9.7.4.3.(1)

 



198.


CSA


A660-10


Certification of Manufacturers of Steel Building Systems


4.3.4.3.(1)

 



199.


CSA


CAN/CSA-A3001-08


Cementitious Materials for Use in Concrete


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.3.1.2.(1)
9.28.2.1.(1)

 



200.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B45.0-02


General Requirements for Plumbing Fixtures


7.6.4.2.(1)

 



201.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B45.9-02


Macerating Systems and Related Components


7.2.2.2.(8)

 



202.


CSA


B52-05


Mechanical Refrigeration Code


6.2.2.4.(4)

 



203.


CSA


B64.0-11


Definitions, General Requirements, and Test Methods for Vacuum Breakers and Backflow Preventers


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



204.


CSA


B64.1.1-11


Atmospheric Vacuum Breakers (AVB)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



205.


CSA


B64.1.2-11


Pressure Vacuum Breakers (PVB)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



206.


CSA


B64.1.3-11


Spill-resistant Pressure Vacuum Breakers (SRPVB)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



207.


CSA


B64.1.4-11


Vacuum Breaker, Air Space Type (ASVB)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



208.


CSA


B64.2-11


Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



209.


CSA


B64.2.1-11


Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Manual Draining Feature


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



210.


CSA


B64.2.1.1-11


Hose Connection Dual Check Vacuum Breakers (HCDVB)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



211.


CSA


B64.2.2-11


Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Automatic Draining Feature


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



212.


CSA


B64.3-11


Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Atmospheric Port (DCAP)


7.2.10.10.(1)
7.6.2.5.(4)

 



213.


CSA


B64.3.1-11


Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Atmospheric Port for Carbonators (DCAPC)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



214.


CSA


B64.4-11


Reduced Pressure Principle (RP) Backflow Preventers


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



215.


CSA


B64.4.1-11


Reduced Pressure Principle Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (RPF)


7.6.2.4.(2)
Table 7.6.2.4.
7.6.2.4.(4)

 



216.


CSA


B64.5-11


Double Check Valve (DCVA) Backflow Preventers


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



217.


CSA


B64.5.1-11


Double Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (DCVAF)


7.6.2.4.(2)
Table 7.6.2.4.

 



218.


CSA


B64.6-11


Dual Check Valve (DuC) Backflow Preventers


7.2.10.10.(1)
7.6.2.6.(3)
7.7.1.1.(3)

 



219.


CSA


B64.6.1-11


Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (DuCF)


7.6.4.2.(2)
Table 7.6.2.4.

 



220.


CSA


B64.7-11


Laboratory Faucet Vacuum Breakers (LFVB)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



221.


CSA


B64.8-11


Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Intermediate Vent (DuCV)


7.2.10.10.(1)

 



222.


CSA


B64.9-11


Single Check Valve Backflow Preventers for Fire Protection Systems (SCVAF)


7.6.2.4.(2)
Table 7.6.2.4.

 



223.


CSA


B64.10-11


Selection and Installation of Backflow Preventers


7.2.10.10.(1)
7.6.2.3.(1)
Table 7.6.2.4.
7.6.2.6.(1)

 



224.


CSA


B66-10


Design, Material, and Manufacturing Requirements for Prefabricated Septic Tanks and Sewage Holding Tanks


8.2.2.2.(1)
8.2.2.2.(2)
8.2.2.2.(3)
8.2.2.3.(7)
8.2.2.3.(11)

 



225.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B70-12


Cast Iron Soil Pipe, Fittings and Means of Joining


7.2.6.1.(1)
7.4.6.4.(2)

 



226.


CSA


B111-1974


Wire Nails, Spikes and Staples


9.23.3.1.(1)
9.26.2.2.(1)
9.29.5.6.(1)

 



227.


CSA


CSA B125.3-12


Plumbing Fittings


7.2.10.6.(1)
7.2.10.10.(2)
7.6.5.2.(2)

 



228.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B127.1-99


Asbestos Cement Drain, Waste and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings


7.2.5.1.(1)
7.2.6.2.(1)

 



229.


CSA


B127.2-M1977


Components for Use in Asbestos Cement Building Sewer Systems


7.2.5.1.(2)
7.2.6.2.(1)

 



230.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B128.1-06


Design and Installation of Non-Potable Water Systems


7.7.2.1.(2)
7.7.4.1.(1)

 



231.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.1-09


Polyethylene (PE) Pipe, Tubing and Fittings for Cold Water Pressure Services


7.2.5.5.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



232.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.2-09


Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Injection-Moulded Gasketed Fittings for Pressure Applications


7.2.5.8.(1)
7.2.5.10.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



233.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.3-09


Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications


7.2.5.8.(1)
7.2.5.10.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



234.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.5-09


Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX) Tubing Systems for Pressure Applications


7.2.5.7.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



235.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.6-09 


Chlorinated Polyvinylchloride (CPVC) Pipe, Tubing and Fittings for Hot and Cold Water Distribution Systems


7.2.5.9.(1)
7.2.5.9.(2)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



236.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.9-09


Polyethylene/Aluminium/Polyethylene (PE-AL-PE) Composite Pressure-Pipe Systems


7.2.5.13.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



237.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.10-09


Crosslinked Polyethylene/Aluminum/Crosslinked Polyethylene (PEX-AL-PEX) Composite Pressure-Pipe Systems


7.2.5.13.(4)
7.2.5.14.(1)
Table 7.2.11.2.

 



238.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B137.11-09


Polypropylene (PP-R) Pipe and Fittings for Pressure Applications


7.2.5.15.(1)

 



239.


CSA


B158.1-1976


Cast Brass Solder Joint Drainage, Waste and Vent Fittings


7.2.7.5.(1)
7.2.10.1.(1)

 



240.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B181.1-11


Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene (ABS) Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings


7.2.5.10.(1)
7.2.5.11.(1)
7.2.5.12.(1)
7.2.5.12.(2)
7.2.10.1.(2)
7.4.6.4.(2)

 



241.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B181.2-11


Polyvinylchloride (PVC) and Chlorinated Polyvinylchloride (CPVC) Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Pipe Fittings


7.2.5.10.(1)
7.2.5.11.(1)
7.2.5.12.(1)
7.2.5.12.(2)
7.2.10.1.(3)
7.4.6.4.(2)

 



242.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B181.3-11


Polyolefin and Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Laboratory Drainage Systems


7.2.8.1.(1)

 



243.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B182.1-11


Plastic Drain and Sewer Pipe and Pipe Fittings


Table 5.10.1.1.
7.2.5.10.(1)
7.2.5.12.(2)
7.4.6.4.(2)
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



244.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B182.2-11


PSM Type Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Sewer Pipe and Fittings


7.2.5.10.(1)
7.2.5.12.(2)

 



245.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B182.4-11


Profile Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Sewer Pipe and Fittings


7.2.5.10.(1)

 



246.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B182.6-11


Profile Polyethylene (PE) Sewer Pipe and Fittings for Leak-Proof Sewer Applications


7.2.5.10.(1)

 



247.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B214-12


Installation Code for Hydronic Heating Systems


6.2.1.4.(6)

 



248.


CSA


B242-05


Groove and Shoulder-Type Mechanical Pipe Couplings


7.2.10.4.(1)

 



249.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B272-93


Prefabricated Self-Sealing Roof Vent Flashings


7.2.10.14.(2)

 



250.


CSA


B355-09


Lifts for Persons with Physical Disabilities


3.8.3.5.(1)

 



251.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B356-10


Water Pressure Reducing Valves for Domestic Water Supply Systems


7.2.10.12.(1)

 



252.


CSA


B365-10


Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment


6.2.1.4.(1)
6.2.1.4.(5)
9.21.1.3.(1)
9.22.10.2.(1)
9.33.1.2.(1)

 



253.


CSA


B366.1-11 


Solid-Fuel-Fired Central Heating Appliances


6.2.1.4.(2)

 



254.


CSA


B415.1-00


Performance Testing of Solid-Fuel-Burning Heating Appliances


6.2.1.4.(7)
9.33.1.2.(2)

 



255.


CSA


B481.1-12


Testing and Rating of Grease Interceptors Using Lard


7.2.3.2.(3)
8.1.3.1.(8)

 



256.


CSA


B481.2-12


Testing and Rating of Grease Interceptors Using Oil


7.2.3.2.(3)
8.1.3.1.(8)

 



257.


CSA


B481.4-12


Maintenance of Grease Interceptors


8.9.3.3.(1)

 



258.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B483.1-07


Drinking Water Treatment Systems


7.2.10.17.(1)

 



259.


CSA


CAN/CSA-B602-10


Mechanical Couplings for Drain, Waste, and Vent Pipe and Sewer Pipe


7.2.5.3.(2)
7.2.10.4.(2)

 



260.


CSA


C22.2 No. 0.3-09


Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables


3.1.4.3.(1)
3.1.4.3.(2)
3.1.5.18.(1)
3.1.5.18.(2)
3.1.5.21.(1)
3.1.5.21.(2)
3.6.4.3.(1)
9.34.1.5.(1)

 



261.


CSA


C22.2 No. 113-10


Fans and Ventilators


9.32.3.9.(6)

 



262.


CSA


C22.2 No. 141-10


Emergency Lighting Equipment


3.2.7.4.(2)
3.4.5.1.(3)
9.9.11.3(3)
9.9.12.3.(7)

 



263.


CSA


C22.2 No. 211.0-03


General Requirements and Methods of Testing for Nonmetallic Conduit


3.1.5.20.(1)

 



264.


CSA


CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 262-04


Optical Fiber Cable and Communication Cable Raceway Systems


3.1.5.20.(1)

 



265.


CSA


CAN/CSA-C22.3 No. 1-10


Overhead Systems


3.1.19.1.(2)

 



266.


CSA


CAN/CSA-C88-M90


Power Transformers and Reactors


3.6.2.7.(10)

 



267.


CSA


CAN/CSA-C260-M90


Rating for the Performance of Residential Mechanical Ventilating Equipment


9.32.3.9.(1)
9.32.3.9.(2)
Table 9.32.3.9.

 



268.


CSA


C282-09


Emergency Electrical Power Supply for Buildings


3.2.7.5.(1)

 



269.


CSA


CAN/CSA-C439-09


Rating the Performance of Heat/Energy-Recovery Ventilators


6.2.1.6.(2)
9.32.3.11.(2)

 



270.


CSA


CAN/CSA-C448.1-02


Design and Installation of Earth Energy Systems for Commercial and Institutional Buildings


6.2.1.4.(4)

 



271.


CSA


CAN/CSA-C448.2-02


Design and Installation of Earth Energy Systems for Residential and Other Small Buildings


6.2.1.4.(3)

 



272.


CSA


F280-12


Determining the Required Capacity of Residential Space Heating and Cooling Appliances


6.2.1.1.(1)
9.33.2.2.(3)

 



273.


CSA


CAN/CSA-F326-M91


Residential Mechanical Ventilation Systems


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



274.


CSA


CAN/CSA-F379.1-09


Packaged Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems (Liquid-to-Liquid Heat Transfer)


7.2.10.13.(1)
7.6.2.5.(3)
7.6.2.5.(4)

 



275.


CSA


F383-08


Installation of Packaged Solar Domestic Hot Water Systems


7.6.1.13.(1)

 



276.


CSA


G30.18-09


Carbon Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement


9.3.1.1.(4)
9.39.1.3.(1)

 



277.


CSA


G40.21-04


General Requirements for Rolled or Welded Structural Quality Steel


4.2.3.8.(1)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.4.3.(2)

 



278.


CSA


CAN/CSA-G164-M92


Hot Dip Galvanising of Irregularly Shaped Articles


4.4.4.1.(4)

 



279.


CSA


CAN/CSA-G401-07


Corrugated Steel Pipe Products


Table 5.10.1.1.
7.2.6.8.(1)
9.14.3.1.(1)

 



280.


CSA


CAN/CSA-O80 Series-08


Wood Preservation


3.1.4.5.(1)
4.2.3.2.(1)
4.2.3.2.(2)
Table 5.10.1.1.

 



281.


CSA


CAN/CSA-O80.1-08


Specification of Treated Wood


9.3.2.9.(6)

 



282.


CSA


CAN/CSA-O80.2-08


Processing and Treatment


4.2.3.2.(1)

 



283.


CSA


CAN/CSA-O80.3-08


Preservative Formulations


4.2.3.2.(1)

 



284.


CSA


O80.15-97


Preservative Treatment of Wood for Building Foundation Systems, Basements and Crawl Spaces by Pressure Processes


4.2.3.2.(1)

 



285.


CSA


O86-09


Engineering Design in Wood


Table 4.1.8.9.
4.3.1.1.(1)

 



286.


CSA


O115-M1982


Hardwood and Decorative Plywood


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.27.8.1.(1)
9.30.2.2.(1)

 



287.


CSA


O118.1-08


Western Red Cedar Shakes and Shingles


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)
9.27.7.1.(1)

 



288.


CSA


O118.2-08


Eastern White Cedar Shingles


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.26.2.1.(1)
9.27.7.1.(1)

 



289.


CSA


O121-08


Douglas Fir Plywood


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.14.2.(1)
9.23.15.2.(1)
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.27.8.1.(1)
9.30.2.2.(1)
Table A-13
Table A-14
Table A-15

 



290.


CSA


CAN/CSA-O122-06


Structural Glued-Laminated Timber


Table A-11
Table A-16

 



291.


CSA


CAN/CSA-O132.2 Series-90


Wood Flush Doors


9.7.4.3.(4)

 



292.


CSA


O141-05


Softwood Lumber


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.3.2.6.(1)

 



293.


CSA


O151-09


Canadian Softwood Plywood


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.14.2.(1)
9.23.15.2.(1)
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.27.8.1.(1)
9.30.2.2.(1)
Table A-13
Table A-14
Table A-15

 



294.


CSA


O153-M1980


Poplar Plywood


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.14.2.(1)
9.23.15.2.(1)
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.27.8.1.(1)
9.30.2.2.(1)

 



295.


CSA


O177-06


Qualification Code for Manufacturers of Structural Glued-Laminated Timber


4.3.1.2.(1)
Table A-11
Table A-16

 



296.


CSA


O325-07


Construction Sheathing


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.14.2.(1)
9.23.14.4.(2)
Table 9.23.14.5.B.
9.23.15.2.(1)
9.23.15.3.(2)
Table 9.23.15.7.B.
Table 9.23.16.2.B.
9.29.9.1.(2)
9.29.9.2.(5)
Table A-13
Table A-14
Table A-15

 



297.


CSA


O437.0-93


OSB and Waferboard


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.14.2.(1)
9.23.14.4.(2)
9.23.15.2.(1)
9.23.15.3.(2)
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.27.10.1.(1)
9.29.9.1.(2)
9.30.2.2.(1)
Table A-13
Table A-14
Table A-15

 



298.


CSA


S16-09


Design of Steel Structures


Table 4.1.8.9.
4.3.4.1.(1)

 



299.


CSA


CAN/CSA-S136-07


North American Specifications for the Design of Cold Formed Steel Structural Members (using the Appendix B provisions applicable to Canada)


Table 4.1.8.9.
4.3.4.2.(1)

 



300.


CSA


CAN/CSA-S157-05 / S157.1-05


Strength Design in Aluminum / Commentary  on CSA S157-05, Strength Design in Aluminum


4.3.5.1.(1)

 



301.


CSA


S304.1-04


Design of Masonry Structures


Table 4.1.8.9.
4.3.2.1.(1)

 



301.


CSA


S307-M1980


Load Test Procedure for Wood Roof Trusses for Houses and Small Buildings


9.23.13.11.(5)

 



303.


CSA


S367-09


Air-, Cable-, and Frame-Membrane Supported Structures


4.4.1.1.(1)

 



304.


CSA


CAN/CSA-S406-92


Construction of Preserved Wood Foundations


9.13.2.8.(1)
9.15.2.4.(1)
9.16.5.1.(1)

 



305.


CSA


S413-07


Parking Structures


4.4.2.1.(1)

 



306.


CSA


S478-95


Guideline on Durability in Buildings


5.1.4.2.(3)
Table 5.10.1.1.

 



307.


CSA


Z32-09


Electrical Safety and Essential Electrical Systems in Health Care Facilities


3.2.7.3.(4)
3.2.7.6.(1)
3.7.5.1.(1)

 



308.


CSA


CAN/CSA-Z91-02


Health and Safety Code for Suspended Equipment Operations


4.4.4.1.(1)

 



309.


CSA


Z240 MH Series-09


Manufactured Homes


3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C
3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

 



310.


CSA


Z240.2.1-09


Structural Requirements for Manufactured Homes


9.1.1.9.(1)
9.12.2.2.(6)
9.15.1.3.(1)

 



311.


CSA


Z240.10.1-08


Site Preparation, Foundation and Anchorage of Manufactured Homes


9.15.1.3.(1)
9.23.6.3.(1)

 



312.


CSA


CAN/CSA-Z241 Series-03


Park Model Trailers


9.38.1.1.(1)
9.38.2.1.(1)
3.1.1.1.(2) of Division C
3.2.4.1.(3) of Division C

 



313.


CSA


CAN/CSA-Z317.2-10


Special Requirements for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems in Health Care Facilities


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



314.


CSA


CAN/CSA-Z662-11 / Z662.1-11


Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems / Commentary on CAN/CSA-Z662-11, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems


3.2.3.21.(1)

 



315.


CSA


Z7396.1-09


Medical Gas Piping Systems - Part 1: Pipelines for Medical Gases and Vacuum


3.7.5.2.(1)

 



316.


CSA / IAPMO


CSA B45.5-11 / IAPMO Z124-2011


Plastic Plumbing Fixtures


7.2.2.2.(6)

 



317.


CWC


2009


Engineering Guide for Wood Frame Construction


9.4.1.1.(1)

 



318.


DBR


Technical Paper No. 194, May 1965


Fire Endurance of Protected Steel Columns and Beams


Table 11.5.1.1.A.
Table 11.5.1.1.B.
Table 11.5.1.1.C.
Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.
Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 



319.


DBR


Technical Paper No. 207, October 1965


Fire Endurance of Unit Masonry Walls


Table 11.5.1.1.A.
Table 11.5.1.1.B.
Table 11.5.1.1.C.
Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.
Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 



320.


DBR


Technical Paper No. 222, June 1966


Fire Endurance of Light-Framed and Miscellaneous Assemblies


Table 11.5.1.1.A.
Table 11.5.1.1.B.
Table 11.5.1.1.C.
Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.
Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 



321.


EPA


625/R-92/016 (1994)


Radon Prevention in the Design and Construction of Schools and Other Large Buildings


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



322.


FINA


2009


Rules and Regulations - FINA Facilities Rules 2009-2013 - FR5 Diving Facilities


3.11.4.1.(17)

 



323.


HI


2005


Hydronics Institute Manuals


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



324.


HRAI


2005


Digest


6.2.1.1.(1)
6.2.3.5.(1)
6.2.4.3.(13)

 



325.


HUD


Rehabilitation Guidelines 2000


Guideline on Fire Ratings of Archaic Materials and Assemblies


Table 11.5.1.1.A.
Table 11.5.1.1.B.
Table 11.5.1.1.C.
Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.
Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 



326.


HVI


HVI 915-2009


Procedure for Loudness Rating of Residential Fan Products


9.32.3.9.(2)
Table 9.32.3.9.

 



327.


HVI


HVI 916-2009


Airflow Test Procedure


9.32.3.9.(1)

 



328.


ISO


3864-1: 2011


Graphical Symbols – Safety Colours and Safety Signs – Part 1: Design Principles for Safety Signs and Safety Markings


3.4.5.1.(2)
9.9.11.3.(2)

 



329.


ISO


7010: 2003


Graphical Symbols - Safety Colours and Safety Signs - Safety Signs Used in Workplaces and Public Areas


3.4.5.1.(2)
9.9.11.3.(2)

 



330.


ISO


8201: 1987(E)


Acoustics - Audible Emergency Evacuation Signal


3.2.4.20.(2)

 



331.


ISO


23599: 2012


Assistive Products for Blind and Vision-Impaired Persons –  Tactile Walking Surface Indicators


3.8.3.18.(1)




332.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SA-1, September 2,  2014


Objectives and Functional Statements Attributed to the Acceptable Solutions


1.2.1.1.(1) of Division A
1.2.1.1.(2) of Division A

 



333.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-1, September 2, 2014


Climatic and Seismic Data


1.1.2.1.(1)
1.1.2.1.(2)
3.2.6.2.(2)
3.3.1.7.(1)
5.2.1.1.(1)
5.2.1.1.(2)
6.2.1.1.(1)
6.2.1.7.(1)
7.4.10.4.(1)
9.4.1.1.(3)
9.4.2.2.(1)
Table 9.25.5.2.
Table 9.32.3.10.A.
9.33.3.2.(1)

 



334.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-2, September 2, 2014


Fire Performance Ratings


3.1.5.23.(1)
3.1.7.1.(2)
3.1.8.14.(2)
3.1.9.5.(1)
3.1.9.5.(2)
3.1.12.1.(3)
3.2.3.12.(1)
3.2.3.13.(4)
3.13.2.1.(8)
3.13.3.5.(1)
3.13.3.6.(2)
3.13.4.2.(7)
9.10.3.1.(1)
9.10.3.2.(1)
9.10.5.1.(4)
9.10.9.9.(1)
9.10.13.14.(1)

 



335.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-3, September 2, 2014


Fire and Sound Resistance of Building Assemblies


9.10.3.1.(1)
9.10.5.1.(4)
9.11.2.1.(1)
9.11.2.1.(2)

 



336.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-4, September 14, 2012


Measures for Fire Safety in High Buildings


3.2.6.2.(1)
3.2.6.2.(6)
3.2.6.5.(3)
3.2.6.9.(1)
3.2.6.10.(2)
3.2.6.14.(1)
Table 11.5.1.1.C.
Table 11.5.1.1.D/E.
Table 11.5.1.1.F.

 



337.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-5, September 1, 2013


Approved Sewage Treatment Units


8.6.2.2.(5)

 



338.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-6, September 14, 2012


Percolation Times and Soil Descriptions


8.2.1.2.(2)

 



339.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-7, September 14, 2012


Guards for Housing and Small Buildings


9.8.8.2.(5)

 



340.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-8, September 14, 2012


Design, Construction and Installation of Anchorage Systems for Fixed Access Ladders


3.6.1.5.(1)

 



341.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-9, September 14, 2012


Requirements for Soil Gas Control


9.13.4.1.(1)
9.13.4.2.(2) to (4)

 



342.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-10, September 14, 2012


Energy Efficiency Requirements


Table 9.7.3.3.
12.2.1.1.(2)
12.2.1.2.(2)
12.2.2.1.(1)
12.2.3.1.(1)

 



343.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-11, September 14, 2012


Construction of Farm Buildings


1.3.1.2.(4) of Division A

 



344.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-12, September 2, 2014


Energy Efficiency for Housing


Table 9.7.3.3.
Table 11.5.1.1.C.
12.2.1.1.(3)
12.2.1.2.(3)

 



345.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SB-13, September 14, 2012


Glass in Guards


3.1.20.1.(1)

 



346.


MMAH


Supplementary Standard SC-1, September 14, 2012


Code of Conduct for Registered Code Agencies


3.7.4.1.(2) of Division C

 



347.


MOE


PIBS 6879 2008


Design Guidelines for Sewage Works


7.1.5.5.(2)

 



348.


MOE


PIBS 6881e 2008


Design Guidelines for Drinking-Water Systems


7.1.5.5.(1)

 



349.


NFPA


2014 Publication


National Fire Codes


6.2.1.1.(1)

 



350.


NFPA


13-2013


Installation of Sprinkler Systems


3.1.9.1.(4)
3.2.4.9.(2)
3.2.4.17.(1)
3.2.5.13.(1)
3.2.8.4.(7)
3.3.2.12.(3)
3.15.1.1.(3)
3.15.1.1.(4)
3.15.1.5.(2)
3.15.1.6.(2)
3.15.2.1.(1)
3.15.2.2.(1)
3.15.3.1.(1)
9.10.9.6.(11)

 



351.


NFPA


13D-2010


Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One- and Two-Family Dwellings and Manufactured Homes


3.2.5.13.(3)

 



352.


NFPA


13R-2010


Installation of Sprinkler Systems in Residential Occupancies up to and including Four Stories in Height


3.2.5.13.(2)

 



353.


NFPA


14-2010


Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems


3.2.9.2.(1)

 



354.


NFPA


20-2010


Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection


3.2.4.10.(4)
3.2.5.19.(1)

 



355.


NFPA


24-2013


Installation of Fire Service Mains and Their Appurtenances


7.2.11.1.(1)

 



356.


NFPA


68-2007


Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting


3.3.6.3.(1)
3.3.6.4.(2)
3.3.6.4.(4)

 



357.


NFPA


72-2013


National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code


3.2.4.22.(13)
9.10.19.1.(2)
9.10.19.3.(3)

 



358.


NFPA


80-2010


Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives


3.1.8.5.(2)
3.1.8.10.(2)
3.1.8.14.(1)
3.1.9.1.(5)
3.13.3.1.(2)
9.10.9.6.(13)
9.10.13.1.(1)

 



359.


NFPA


82-2009


Incinerators, Waste and Linen Handling Systems and Equipment


6.2.6.1.(1)
9.10.10.5.(2)

 



360.


NFPA


91-2010


Exhaust Systems for Air Conveying of Vapors, Gases, Mists and Noncombustible Particulate Solids


6.2.13.4.(1)

 



361.


NFPA


96-2011


Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations


3.2.4.9.(2)
6.2.2.6.(1)

 



362.


NFPA


130-2010


Fixed Guideway Transit and Passenger Rail Systems


3.13.7.1.(1)

 



363.


NFPA


211-2010


Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances


6.3.1.2.(2)
6.3.1.3.(1)

 



364.


NFPA


214-2011


Water-Cooling Towers


6.2.3.14.(3)

 



365.


NFPA


701-2010


Fire Tests for Flame Propagation of Textiles and Films


3.14.1.6.(1)
3.14.2.5.(1)

 



366.


NLGA


2010


Standard Grading Rules for Canadian Lumber


1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A
9.3.2.1.(1)
Table 9.3.2.1.
Tables A-1 to A-10

 



367.


NRCan


January 2005, including all amendments, revisions and supplements effective to May 31, 2006


EnerGuide for New Houses: Administrative and Technical Procedures


12.2.1.1.(3)
12.2.1.2.(3)

 



368.


NSF


NSF/ANSI 46-2010


Evaluation of Components and Devices Used in Wastewater Treatment Systems


8.6.2.1.(2)

 



369.


NSF


NSF/ANSI 61-2013


Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects


7.2.10.7.(1)

 



370.


SMACNA


ANSI/SMACNA 006-2006, 3rd Edition 2005


HVAC Duct Construction Standards - Metal and Flexible


6.2.1.1.(1)
6.2.4.2.(3)
6.2.4.3.(11)
6.2.4.3.(12)

 



371.


TPIC


2011


Truss Design Procedures and Specifications for Light Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses (Limit States Design)


9.23.13.11.(6)

 



372.


UL


ANSI/UL 300-2005


Fire Extinguishing Systems for Protection of Commercial Cooking Equipment


6.2.2.6.(2)

 



373.


UL


UL 2034-2008


Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms


6.2.12.3.(1)
9.33.4.3.(1)

 



374.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S101-07


Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials


3.1.5.12.(3)
3.1.5.12.(4)
3.1.5.12.(6)
3.1.7.1.(1)
3.1.11.7.(1)
3.2.3.8.(1)
3.2.6.5.(6)
9.10.16.3.(1)

 



375.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S102-10


Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials and Assemblies


3.1.5.25.(1)
3.1.12.1.(1)

 



376.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S102.2-10


Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Flooring, Floor Coverings, and Miscellaneous Materials and Assemblies


3.1.12.1.(2)
3.1.13.4.(1)

 



377.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S102.3-07


Fire Test of Light Diffusers and Lenses


3.1.13.4.(1)

 



378.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S102.4-10


Fire and Smoke Characteristics of Electrical Wiring and Cables


3.1.5.18.(1)
3.1.5.20.(2)
3.6.4.3.(1)

 



379.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S104-10


Fire Tests of Door Assemblies


3.1.8.4.(1)
3.2.6.5.(3)

 



380.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S105-09


Fire Door Frames Meeting the Performance Required by CAN4-S104


9.10.13.6.(1)

 



381.


ULC


CAN4-S106-M80


Fire Tests of Window and Glass Block Assemblies


3.1.8.4.(1)

 



382.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S107-10


Fire Tests of Roof Coverings


3.1.15.1.(1)

 



383.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S109-03


Flame Tests of Flame-Resistant Fabrics and Films


3.1.16.1.(1)
3.14.1.6.(1)
3.14.2.5.(1)
6.2.3.16.(1)
6.2.3.17.(1)
6.2.4.9.(1)

 



384.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S110-07


Test for Air Ducts


6.2.3.2.(2)
6.2.3.2.(4)

 



385.


ULC


ULC-S111-07


Fire Tests for Air Filter Units


6.2.3.13.(1)
6.2.4.14.(1)

 



386.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S112-10


Fire Test of Fire-Damper Assemblies


3.1.8.4.(1)

 



387.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S112.1-10


Leakage Rated Dampers for Use in Smoke Control Systems


6.2.3.9.(3)

 



388.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S112.2-10


Fire Test of Ceiling Firestop Flap Assemblies


3.1.9.5.(2)
3.6.4.3.(2)

 



389.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S113-07


Wood Core Doors Meeting the Performance Required by CAN/ULC-S104 for Twenty Minute Fire Rated Closure Assemblies


9.10.13.2.(1)

 



390.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S114-05


Test for Determination of Non-Combustibility in Building Materials


1.4.1.2.(1) of Division A

 



391.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S115-11


Fire Tests of Firestop Systems


3.1.5.16.(3)
3.1.9.1.(1)
3.1.9.1.(2)
3.1.9.1.(3)
3.1.9.3.(7)
3.1.9.4.(3)
3.1.9.4.(7)
9.10.9.6.(2)
9.10.9.7.(3)

 



392.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S124-06


Test for the Evaluation of Protective Coverings for Foamed Plastic


3.1.5.12.(2)

 



393.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S126-06


Test for Fire Spread Under Roof-Deck Assemblies


3.1.14.1.(1)
3.1.14.2.(1)

 



394.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S134-92


Fire Test of Exterior Wall Assemblies


3.1.5.5.(1)
3.2.3.7.(3)
3.2.3.7.(6)

 



395.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S135-04


Test Method for the Determination of Combustibility Parameters of Building Materials Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter (Cone Calorimeter)


3.1.5.1.(2)

 



396.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S138-06


Fire Test for Fire Growth of Insulated Building Panels in a Full-Scale Room Configuration


3.1.5.12.(7)

 



397.


ULC


ULC-S139-00


Fire Test for Evaluation of Integrity of Electrical Cables


3.2.7.10.(2)
3.2.7.10.(3)

 



398.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S143-09


Fire Tests for Non-Metallic Electrical and Optical Fibre Cable Raceways


3.1.5.20.(1)

 



399.


ULC


S505-1974


Fusible Links for Fire Protection Service


3.1.8.9.(1)

 



400.


ULC


S513-1978


Threaded Couplings for 38 mm and 65 mm Fire Hose


3.2.9.2.(7)

 



401.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S524-06


Installation of Fire Alarm Systems


3.1.8.12.(2)
3.1.8.12.(3)
3.2.4.5.(1)
3.2.4.22.(6)
3.2.4.22.(11)
9.10.19.4.(3)
9.10.19.6.(2)

 



402.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S531-02


Smoke Alarms


3.2.4.22.(1)
9.10.19.1.(1)

 



403.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S537-04


Verification of Fire Alarm Systems


3.2.4.5.(2)
3.2.4.22.(6)

 



404.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S543-09


Internal Lug Quick Connect Couplings for Fire Hose


3.2.9.2.(7)

 



405.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S553-02


Installation of Smoke Alarms


3.2.4.22.(9)
9.10.19.3.(2)

 



406.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S561-03


Installation and Services for Fire Signal Receiving Centres and Systems


3.2.4.8.(4)

 



407.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S572-10


Photoluminescent and Self-Luminous Signs and Path Marking Systems


3.4.5.1.(5)
9.9.11.3.(3)

 



408.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S610-M87


Factory-Built Fireplaces


9.22.8.1.(1)

 



409.


ULC


S628-93


Fireplace Inserts


9.22.10.1.(1)

 



410.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S629-M87


650ºC Factory-Built Chimneys


9.21.1.2.(1)

 



411.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S639-M87


Steel Liner Assemblies for Solid Fuel-Burning Masonry Fireplaces


9.22.2.3.(1)

 



412.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S701-11


Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene, Boards and Pipe Covering


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.15.4.1.(1)
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.25.2.2.(1)
9.25.2.2.(4)

 



413.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S702-09


Mineral Fibre Thermal Insulation for Buildings


Table 5.10.1.1.
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.25.2.2.(1)

 



414.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S703-09


Cellulose Fibre Insulation (CFI) for Buildings


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.25.2.2.(1)

 



415.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S704-11


Thermal Insulation, Polyurethane and Polyisocyanurate Boards, Faced


Table 5.10.1.1.
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.25.2.2.(1)

 



416.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S705.1-01


Thermal Insulation - Spray Applied Rigid Polyurethane Foam, Medium Density - Material - Specification


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.25.2.2.(1)

 



417.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S705.2-05


Thermal Insulation - Spray Applied Rigid Polyurethane Foam, Medium Density - Application 


5.3.1.3.(3)
Table 5.10.1.1.
9.25.2.5.(1)

 



418.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S706-09


Wood Fibre Thermal Insulation for Buildings


Table 5.10.1.1.
9.23.15.7.(3)
Table 9.23.16.2.A.
9.25.2.2.(1)
9.29.8.1.(1)

 



419.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S716.1-12


Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) – Materials and Systems


5.10.3.1.(1)
9.27.13.1.(1)
9.27.13.2.(1)

 



420.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S716.2-12


Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) – Installation of EIFS Components and Water Resistive Barrier


9.27.13.3.(2)

 



421.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S716.3-12


Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS) – Design Application


9.27.13.3.(1)

 



422.


ULC


CAN/ULC-S741-08


Air Barrier Materials - Specification


5.4.1.2.(1)

 



423.


ULC


ULC/ORD-C263.1-99


Sprinkler-Protected Window Systems


3.1.8.18.(1)

 



424.


ULC


ULC/ORD-C199P-02


Combustible Piping for Sprinkler Systems


3.2.5.14.(2)
3.2.5.14.(5)

 



425.


ULC


ULC/ORD-C1254.6-1995


Fire Testing of Restaurant Cooking Area Fire Extinguishing System Units


6.2.2.6.(2)
3.6.4.3.(1)

 



426.


USDA


October 1993


Soil Survey Manual


8.2.1.2.(2)

 












Notes to Table 1.3.1.2.:

(1) Some titles have been abridged to omit superfluous wording.

7. Table 1.3.2.1. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Table 1.3.2.1.
Abbreviations of Proper Names

 


Item


Column 1
Abbreviation


Column 2
Meaning




1.


ACGIH


American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists




2.


AISI


American Iron and Steel Institute




3.


ANSI


American National Standards Institute




4.


APHA


American Public Health Association




5.


ASHRAE


American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers




6.


ASME


The American Society of Mechanical Engineers




7.


ASPE


American Society of Plumbing Engineers




8.


ASSE


American Society of Sanitary Engineering




9.


ASTM


American Society for Testing and Materials




10.


AWPA


American Wood-Preservers’ Association




11.


AWS


American Welding Society




12.


AWWA


American Water Works Association




13.


BCMOH


British Columbia Ministry of Health




14.


BNQ


Bureau de Normalisation du Québec




15.


CAN


National Standard of Canada designation
The number or name following the CAN designation represents the agency under whose auspices the standard is issued.
CAN1 designates CGA,
CAN2 designates CGSB,
CAN3 designates CSA, and
CAN4 designates ULC.




16.


CCBFC


Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes




17.


CGSB


Canadian General Standards Board




18.


CSA


Canadian Standards Association




19.


CWC


Canadian Wood Council




20.


DBR


Division of Building Research, known as the Institute for Research in Construction since 1985




21.


EPA


Environmental Protection Agency




22.


FINA


Fédération Internationale de Natation




23.


HI


Hydronics Institute




24.


HRAI


Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Institute of Canada




25.


HUD


U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development




26.


HVI


Home Ventilating Institute




27.


IAPMO


International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials




28.


IESNA


Illuminating Engineering Society of North America




29.


ISO


International Organization for Standardization




30.


MMAH


Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing




31.


MOE


Ontario Ministry of the Environment




32.


NFPA


National Fire Protection Association




33.


NLGA


National Lumber Grades Authority




34.


NRCan


Natural Resources Canada




35


NSF


NSF International, formerly called National Sanitation Federation




36.


SMACNA


Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association Inc.




37.


TC


Transport Canada




38.


TPIC


Truss Plate Institute of Canada




39.


UL


Underwriters Laboratories Inc.




40.


ULC


Underwriters’ Laboratories of Canada




41.


USDA


United States Department of Agriculture




42.


WEF


World Environment Federation




8. (1) Sentence 3.1.3.1.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as permitted by Sentences (2) and (3)” at the beginning and substituting “Except as provided by Sentences (2) to (5)”.

(2) Table 3.1.3.1. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Table 3.1.3.1.
Major Occupancy Fire Separations(1)

Forming Part of Sentence 3.1.3.1.(1)

 


Item


Column 1


Col. 2


Col. 3


Col. 4


Col. 5


Col. 6


Col. 7


Col. 8


Col. 9


Col. 10


Col. 11


Col. 12


Col. 13


Col. 14




 


Major Occupancy


Minimum Fire-Resistance Rating of Fire Separation, h (1)


 


 


 


 


 




Adjoining Major Occupancy


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 




A-1


A-2


A-3


A-4


B-1


B-2


B-3


C


D


E


F-1


F-2


F-3




1.


A-1


N/A


1


1


1


2


2


2


1


1


2


N/A


2


1




2.


A-2


1


N/A


1


1


2


2


2


1(2)


1(3)


2


N/A


2


1




3.


A-3


1


1


N/A


1


2


2


2


1


1


2


N/A


2


1




4.


A-4


1


1


1


N/A


2


2


2


1


1


2


N/A


2


1




5.


B-1


2


2


2


2


N/A


2


2


2


2


2


N/A


2


2




6.


B-2


2


2


2


2


2


N/A


1


2


2


2


N/A


2


2




7.


B-3


2


2


2


2


2


1


N/A


2


2


2


N/A


2


2




8.


C


1


1(2)


1


1


2


2


2


N/A


1


2(4)


N/A


2


1




9.


D


1


1(3)


1


1


2


2


2


1


N/A


N/A


3


N/A


N/A




10.


E


2


2


2


2


2


2


2


2(4)


N/A


N/A


3


N/A


N/A




11.


F-1


N/A


N/A


N/A


N/A


N/A


N/A


N/A


N/A


3


3


N/A


2


2




12.


F-2


2


2


2


2


2


2


2


2


N/A


N/A


2


N/A


N/A




13.


F-3


1


1


1


1


2


2


2


1


N/A


N/A


2


N/A


N/A




Notes to Table 3.1.3.1.:

(1) Section 3.3. contains requirements for the separation of occupancies

and tenancies that are in addition to the requirements for the separation of major occupancies.

(2) See Sentence 3.1.3.1.(3).

(3) See Sentence 3.1.3.1.(4).

(4) See Sentence 3.1.3.1.(2).

(3) Sentence 3.1.3.1.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(3) In a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A., a fire separation with a 2 h fire-resistance rating is required between the Group C and Group A, Division 2 major occupancies.

(4) In a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.50A., a fire separation with a 2 h fire-resistance rating is required between the Group D and Group A, Division 2 major occupancies.

(5) The fire separations required between major occupancies in Sentence (1) are permitted to be penetrated by floor openings protected in conformance with Subsection 3.2.8., except for fire separations for Group F, Division 1 major occupancies and for mezzanines

described in Sentence 3.2.8.2.(1).

9. Article 3.1.3.2. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentences:

(5) A building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. shall not contain,

(a) a Group A, Division 1 or 3, Group B, or Group F, Division 1 or 2 major occupancy,

(b) a Group A, Division 2 or a Group E

major occupancy above the second storey, or

(c) except as permitted by Sentence (6), a Group F, Division 3 major occupancy.

(6) A storage garage below the third storey

is permitted in a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A.

10. Sentence 3.1.4.1.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding “Except as required by this Part” at the beginning.

11. Subsection 3.1.4. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Articles:

3.1.4.8. Cladding

(1) Except as permitted by Sentence 3.2.3.7.(6), cladding for a building

within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. that exceeds 4 storeys in building height or cladding for a fire compartment in such a building shall be noncombustible.

3.1.4.9. Combustible Piping

(1) Except as provided by Sentence (2), combustible piping and tubing and associated adhesives used in a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. shall have a flame-spread rating not more than 25.

(2) Sentence (1) does not apply to,

(a) combustible

sprinkler piping and associated adhesives,

(b) combustible

tubing for pneumatic controls and associated adhesives, provided the tubing has an outside diameter not more than 10 mm,

(c) combustible

piping and tubing and associated adhesives used in public pools and public spas, and

(d) combustible

piping and tubing and associated adhesives concealed in a concrete floor slab.

12. Sentence 3.1.5.5.(5) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(5) A wall assembly permitted by Sentence (1) that includes combustible

cladding of fire-retardant treated wood shall be tested for fire exposure after the cladding has been conditioned in conformance with ASTM D2898, “Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing”.

13. Sentence 3.1.7.5.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding “Except for noncombustible construction required by Subclauses 3.2.2.43A.(2)(c)(i) and 3.2.2.50A.(2)(c)(i)” at the beginning.

14. (1) Clause 3.1.8.4.(1)(a) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN4-S104-M” at the beginning and substituting “CAN/ULC-S104”.

(2) Clause 3.1.8.4.(1)(c) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/ULC-S112-M” at the beginning and substituting “CAN/ULC-S112”.

15. Clause 3.1.10.2.(4)(e) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(e) the firewall

does not separate a building regulated by the provisions of Subsection 3.2.6. or a building

within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. from another building unless the buildings

on both sides of the firewall are sprinklered.

16. Article 3.1.11.5. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentences:

(3) Except as provided by Sentence (4), a horizontal concealed space within a floor assembly or roof assembly of combustible construction in a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. shall be separated by construction conforming to Article 3.1.11.7. into compartments not more than,

(a) 600 m2 in area with no dimension more than 60 m, if the exposed construction materials within the space have a flame-spread rating not more than 25, and

(b) 300 m2 in area with no dimension more than 20 m, if the exposed construction materials within the space have a flame-spread rating more than 25.

(4) Sentence (3) does not apply if the horizontal concealed space within the floor assembly or roof assembly is entirely filled with noncombustible

insulation such that any air gap between the top of the insulation and the underside of the floor or roof deck does not exceed 50 mm.

17. Sentence 3.1.13.9.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “noncombustible materials” at the end and substituting “noncombustible materials”.

18. (1) Sentence 3.1.15.2.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as permitted by Sentence (2)” at the beginning and substituting “Except as provided by Sentences (2) and (3)”.

(2) Article 3.1.15.2. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentence:

(3) Combustible roof coverings on buildings

within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. shall have a Class A classification.

19. Sentence 3.2.2.6.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as permitted by Articles 3.2.2.7. and 3.2.2.8.” at the beginning and substituting “Except as permitted by Articles 3.2.2.7. and 3.2.2.8. and Sentences 3.2.2.43A.(5) and 3.2.2.50A.(4)”.

20. Sentence 3.2.2.7.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as permitted by Article 3.2.2.8.” at the beginning and substituting “Except as permitted by Article 3.2.2.8. and Sentences 3.2.2.43A.(5) and 3.2.2.50A.(4)”.

21. Sentences 3.2.2.10.(3) to (5) of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(3) A building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. is considered to face one street

provided not less than 10% of the building

perimeter is located within 15 m of a street or streets.

(4) A building is considered to face two streets

provided not less than 50% of the building

perimeter is located within 15 m of a street or streets.

(5) A building is considered to face three

streets provided not less than 75% of the building

perimeter is located within 15 m of a street or streets.

(6) Enclosed spaces, tunnels, bridges and similar structures, even though used for vehicular or pedestrian traffic, are not considered as streets

for the purpose of this Part.

22. (1) Sentence 3.2.2.17.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding “Except as provided by Sentence (2)” at the beginning of the portion before Clause (a).

(2) Article 3.2.2.17. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentence:

(2) The fire-resistance rating of roof assemblies required by Clause 3.2.2.43A.(2)(b) or 3.2.2.50A.(2)(b) is not permitted to be waived.

23. The heading to Article 3.2.2.43. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

3.2.2.43. Group C, up to 6 Storeys, Sprinklered, Noncombustible Construction

24. Subsection 3.2.2. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Article:

3.2.2.43A. Group C, up to 6 Storeys, Sprinklered, Combustible Construction

(1) A building classified as Group C is permitted to conform to Sentence (2) provided,

(a) it is sprinklered,

(b) it is not more than 6 storeys in building height,

(c) it has a height of not more than 18 m, measured between the floor level of the first storey

and the floor level of the uppermost storey or mezzanine that is not a rooftop enclosure provided for elevator machinery, a stairway or a service room used for no purpose other than for service to the building, and

(d) it has a building area of not more than,

(i) 9 000 m2

if 1 storey in building height,

(ii) 4 500 m2

if 2 storeys in building height,

(iii) 3 000 m2

if 3 storeys in building height,

(iv) 2 250 m2

if 4 storeys in building height,

(v) 1 800 m2

if 5 storeys in building height, or

(vi) 1 500 m2

if 6 storeys in building height.

(2) The building referred to in Sentence (1) is permitted to be of combustible construction or noncombustible construction, used singly or in combination, and,

(a) except as permitted by Sentence (3), floor assemblies shall be fire separations

with a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h,

(b) roof assemblies shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h,

(c) except as provided by Sentence (4), where the roof assembly has a height greater than 25 m measured from the floor level of the first storey to the highest point of the roof assembly, the roof assembly shall,

(i) be of noncombustible construction, or

(ii) be constructed of fire-retardant treated wood conforming to Article 3.1.4.5.,

(d) mezzanines

shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h,

(e) the fire separation of exits described in Sentence 3.4.4.1.(3) shall be of noncombustible construction, and

(f) loadbearing

walls, columns and arches shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than that required for the supported assembly.

(3) In a building that contains dwelling units that have more than 1 storey, subject to the requirements of Sentence 3.3.4.2.(3), the floor assemblies, including floors over

basements, which are entirely contained within these dwelling units, shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h but need not be constructed as fire separations.

(4) The construction of non-contiguous roof assemblies at different elevations is permitted to be evaluated separately to determine which roof assemblies are required to be constructed in accordance with Clause (2)(c).

(5) Group A, Division 2 major occupancies, Group E major occupancies and storage garages located in a building within the scope of this Article are permitted to be constructed in accordance with this Article provided they are located below the third storey

of the building.

25. Subsection 3.2.2. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Article:

3.2.2.50A. Group D, up to 6 Storeys, Sprinklered, Combustible Construction

(1) A building classified as Group D is permitted to conform to Sentence (2) provided,

(a) it is sprinklered,

(b) it is not more than 6 storeys in building height,

(c) it has a height of not more than 18 m, measured between the floor level of the first storey

and the floor level of the uppermost storey or mezzanine that is not a rooftop enclosure provided for elevator machinery, a stairway or a service room used for no purpose other than for service to the building, and

(d) it has a building area of not more than,

(i) 18 000 m2

if 1 storey in building height,

(ii) 9 000 m2

if 2 storeys in building height,

(iii) 6 000 m2

if 3 storeys in building height,

(iv) 4 500 m2

if 4 storeys in building height,

(v) 3 600 m2

if 5 storeys in building height, or

(vi) 3 000 m2

if 6 storeys in building height.

(2) The building referred to in Sentence (1) is permitted to be of combustible construction or noncombustible construction used singly or in combination, and,

(a) floor assemblies shall be fire separations with a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h,

(b) roof assemblies shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h,

(c) except as provided by Sentence (3), where the roof assembly has a height greater than 25 m measured from the floor level of the first storey to the highest point of the roof assembly, the roof assembly shall,

(i) be of noncombustible construction, or

(ii) be constructed of fire-retardant treated wood conforming to Article 3.1.4.5.,

(d) mezzanines

shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than 1 h,

(e) the fire separation of exits described in Sentence 3.4.4.1.(3) shall be of noncombustible construction, and

(f) loadbearing

walls, columns and arches shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than that required for the supported assembly.

(3) The construction of non-contiguous roof assemblies at different elevations is permitted to be evaluated separately to determine which roof assemblies are required to be constructed in accordance with Clause (2)(c).

(4) Group A, Division 2 major occupancies, Group E major occupancies and storage garages located in a building within the scope of this Article are permitted to be constructed in accordance with this Article provided they are located below the third storey

of the building.

26. The heading to Article 3.2.2.51. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

3.2.2.51. Group D, up to 6 Storeys, Sprinklered, Noncombustible Construction

27. (1) Sentence 3.2.3.7.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as provided in Sentences (3) and (4)” at the beginning and substituting “Except as provided by Sentences (3) to (6)”.

(2) Sentence 3.2.3.7.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as provided in Sentence (4)” at the beginning and substituting “Except as provided by Sentences (4) to (6)”.

(3) Sentences 3.2.3.7.(4) to (6) of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(4) Except as provided by Sentence (6), cladding for buildings or fire compartments where the maximum permitted area of unprotected openings is more than 10% but not more than 25% of the exposing building face need not be noncombustible where the wall assembly complies with Article 3.1.5.5.

(5) Except as provided by Sentence (6), cladding for buildings or fire compartments where the maximum permitted area of unprotected openings is more than 25% but not more than 50% of the exposing building face need not be noncombustible where,

(a) the limiting distance is greater than 5 m,

(b) the building

or fire compartment and all combustible attic or roof spaces are sprinklered,

(c) the cladding,

(i) conforms to Subsection 9.27.6., 9.27.7., 9.27.8., 9.27.9. or 9.27.10.,

(ii) is installed without furring members, or on furring not more than 25 mm thick, over gypsum sheathing at least 12.7 mm thick or over masonry, and

(iii) after conditioning in conformance with ASTM D2898, “Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing”, has a flame-spread rating not greater than 25 on the exterior face when tested in accordance with Sentence 3.1.12.1.(1),

(d) the cladding,

(i) conforms to Subsection 9.27.12.,

(ii) is installed with or without furring members over gypsum sheathing at least 12.7 mm thick or over masonry,

(iii) has a flame-spread rating not greater than 25 when tested in accordance with Sentence 3.1.12.1.(2), and

(iv) does not exceed 2 mm in thickness exclusive of fasteners, joints and local reinforcements, or

(e) the wall assembly complies with Article 3.1.5.5.

(6) Subject to Sentence (7), cladding for buildings within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. that exceed 4 storeys

in building height or for fire compartments in such buildings where the maximum permitted area of unprotected openings is more than 10% of the exposing building face need not be noncombustible where the wall assembly complies with the requirements of Sentences 3.1.5.5.(3) and (4) when tested in accordance with CAN/ULC-S134, “Fire Test of Exterior Wall Assemblies”.

(7) A wall assembly described in Sentence (6) that includes combustible

cladding of fire-retardant treated wood shall be tested for fire exposure after the cladding has been conditioned in conformance with ASTM D2898, “Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire Testing”.

(8) The construction requirements for the exposing building face

that are listed in Table 3.2.3.7. shall be satisfied before the area of unprotected openings may be increased as permitted by Sentence 3.2.3.12.(1).

(4) Table 3.2.3.7. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Table 3.2.3.7.
Minimum Construction Requirements for Exposing Building Faces

Forming Part of Sentences 3.2.3.7.(1) and (8)

 


Item


Column 1


Column 2


Column 3


Column 4


Column 5




 


Occupancy Classification of Building or Fire Compartment


Maximum Area of Unprotected Openings Permitted, % of Exposing Building Face
Area


Minimum Required Fire-Resistance Rating


Type of Construction Required


Type of Cladding Required




1.


Group A, B, C, D, or Group F, Division 3


0 to 10


1 h


Noncombustible


Noncombustible




> 10 to 25


1 h


Combustible or Noncombustible


Noncombustible




> 25 to 50


45 min


Combustible or Noncombustible


Noncombustible




> 50 to



45 min


Combustible or Noncombustible


Combustible or Noncombustible (1)




2.


Group E, or Group F, Division 1 or 2


0 to 10


2 h


Noncombustible


Noncombustible




> 10 to 25


2 h


Combustible or Noncombustible


Noncombustible




> 25 to 50


1 h


Combustible or Noncombustible


Noncombustible




> 50 to



1 h


Combustible or Noncombustible


Combustible or Noncombustible (1)




Notes to Table 3.2.3.7.:

(1) Cladding for buildings over 4 storeys

in building height within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. or for fire compartments

in such buildings is required to be noncombustible.

28. Sentence 3.2.3.12.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Sentence 3.2.3.7.(6)” in the portion before Clause (a) and substituting “Sentence 3.2.3.7.(8)”.

29. Article 3.2.3.21. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

3.2.3.21. Service Lines under Buildings

(1) A building shall not be constructed over an existing buried flammable gas main unless the gas main is encased in a gas-tight conduit in conformance with CAN/CSA-Z662 / Z662.1, “Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems / Commentary on CAN/CSA-Z662-11, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems”.

30. Article 3.2.4.22. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentences:

(13) Smoke alarms required by Sentence (1) shall have a visual signalling component conforming to the requirements in 18.5.3. (Light, Color and Pulse Characteristics) of NFPA 72, “National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code”.

(14) The visual signalling component required by Sentence (13) need not,

(a) be integrated with the smoke alarm provided it is interconnected to it,

(b) be on battery backup, or

(c) have synchronized flash rates, when installed in a dwelling unit.

(15) The luminous intensity for visual signalling components required by Sentence (13) that are installed in sleeping rooms shall be a minimum of 175 cd.

31. Article 3.2.5.6. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentence:

(2) A building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. shall have no portion of the required access route more than 20 m below the floor level of the uppermost storey or mezzanine that is not a rooftop enclosure provided for elevator machinery, a stairway or a service room used for no purpose other than for service to the building.

32. (1) Sentence 3.2.5.13.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as required by Sentence (8)” at the beginning and substituting “Except as required by Sentence (9)”.

(2) Sentence 3.2.5.13.(6) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Notwithstanding” at the beginning and substituting “Despite”.

(3) Sentences 3.2.5.13.(7) and (8) of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(7) Despite the requirements of the standards referenced in Sentences (1) and (2) for the installation of automatic sprinkler systems, sprinklers shall be provided for all balconies and decks forming part of a building

within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A., other than,

(a) balconies or decks that are not more than 610 mm in depth measured perpendicular to the exterior wall of the building, or

(b) decks on the uppermost roof of the

building.

(8) Sprinklers in elevator machine rooms shall have a temperature rating not less than that required for an intermediate temperature classification and shall be protected against physical damage.

(9) The sprinkler system described in Sentence (3) shall be provided with a minimum 20 min water supply when installed in a retirement home regulated under the Retirement Homes Act, 2010.

33. Clause 3.2.6.5.(3)(a) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN4-S104-M” and substituting “CAN/ULC-S104”.

34. Clause 3.2.7.4.(1)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “and” at the end of Subclause (ii) and by revoking Subclause (iii) and substituting the following:

(iii) 1 h for a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A., and

(iv) 30 min for any other building.

35. Sentence 3.2.7.5.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-C282” and substituting “CSA C282”.

36. Subclauses 3.2.7.8.(3)(b)(iii) and (iv) of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(iii) 1 h for a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A.,

(iv) 5 min for a building not required to be equipped with an annunciator, and

(v) 30 min for any other building.

37. (1) Clause 3.3.2.4.(11)(f) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(f) if more than one vomitory is provided,

(i) the minimum total clear width of the egress doorways leading from one vomitory is not less than the required width of the aisle or the converging aisle leading to the doorways, and

(ii) the minimum clear width of egress doorways from additional vomitories is in accordance with Article 3.3.1.16.

(2) Clause 3.3.2.4.(13)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “vomitary” at the end and substituting “vomitory”.

(3) Clause 3.3.2.4.(14)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “vomitary” at the end and substituting “vomitory”.

38. Clause 3.3.2.9.(2)(d) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “vomitary” and substituting “vomitory”.

39. Clause 3.3.4.8.(1)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(b) a mechanism capable of controlling the free swinging or sliding of the openable part of the window so as to limit any clear unobstructed opening to a size that will prevent the passage of a sphere having a diameter more than 100 mm.

40. (1) Sentence 3.4.4.1.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as permitted by Sentences (2), (4), 3.3.5.4.(3)” at the beginning of the portion before Clause (a) and substituting “Except as provided by Sentences (2), (3) and (5) and Sentences 3.3.5.4.(3)”.

(2) Sentences 3.4.4.1.(3) and (4) of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(3) In a building within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A., the fire-resistance rating of the fire separation referred to in Sentence (1) shall not be less than 1.5 h.

(4) If an exit stair in an assembly hall or theatre

serves more than one balcony level, the exit stair shall be separated from the remainder of the building

in conformance with Sentence (1).

(5) The path of exit travel may lead from an exit

door or exit enclosure through open air parking that is located below a roof or floor assembly that is part of the building served by the

exit door or exit

enclosure where,

(a) the portion of the path of exit travel that leads through the open air parking is not more than 9 m in length measured from the exit door to a point at ground level at the perimeter of the building,

(b) measures are taken to prevent vehicles intended to park in spaces adjacent to the path of exit travel from encroaching on the path of exit travel, and

(c) an alternate means of egress not leading through the open air parking is available from the interior side of the door opening onto the path of exit travel through the open air parking area.

41. (1) Clause 3.4.5.1.(2)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Graphical Symbols – Safety Colours and Safety Signs – Part 1: Design Principles for Safety Signs in Workplaces and Public Areas”” and substituting ““Graphical Symbols – Safety Colours and Safety Signs – Part 1: Design Principles for Safety Signs and Safety Markings””.

(2) Clauses 3.4.5.1.(5)(b) and (c) of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(b) be labelled in accordance with the time duration for which they have been tested and listed,

(c) be so installed that upon failure of the regular power they will continue to be illuminated for the applicable time duration specified in Clause 3.2.7.4.(1)(b), and

(d) be continuously illuminated if reliant on an external energy source to energize the reflective coating of the sign.

42. Article 3.4.6.1. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

3.4.6.1. Surface Finish of Ramps and Stairs

(1) The surfaces of ramps, landings and treads shall,

(a) have a finish that is slip-resistant, and

(b) if accessible to the public, have a colour contrast or a distinctive visual pattern to demarcate,

(i) the leading edge of the tread,

(ii) the leading edge of the landing, and

(iii) the beginning and end of a ramp.

(2) A tactile attention indicator conforming to Article 3.8.3.18. shall be installed,

(a) at the top of the stairs, starting one tread depth back from the edge of the top stair, and

(b) at the leading edge of landings where a doorway opens onto stairs, starting one tread depth back from the edge of the landing.

(3) Treads and landings of exterior exit stairs shall be designed to be free of ice and snow accumulations if the stairs,

(a) are more than 10 m high, or

(b) serve a hotel.

43. Sentence 3.7.5.2.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-Z7396.1” and substituting “CSA Z7396.1”.

44. Sentence 3.8.1.5.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(1) Except as required by Sentences 3.5.2.2.(1) and 3.8.3.5.(1) for elevators and Sentence 3.8.3.3.(17) for power door operator controls, controls for the operation of building services or safety devices, including electrical switches, thermostats and intercom switches, intended to be operated by the occupant and located in a barrier-free path of travel shall,

(a) be accessible to a person in a wheelchair using a side approach,

(b) be operable,

(i) using one hand and with a force of not more than 22.2 N, in the case of a manual pull station, and

(ii) using a closed fist and with a force of not more than 22.2 N, in the case of all other controls, and

(c) be mounted,

(i) 1 200 mm above the finished floor, in the case of a thermostat or a manual pull station, and

(ii) not less than 900 mm and not more than 1 100 mm above the finished floor, in the case of all other controls.

45. Sentence 3.8.3.5.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B355” and substituting “CSA B355”.

46. Articles 3.8.3.8. to 3.8.3.13. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

3.8.3.8. Water Closet Stalls

(1) Every barrier-free water closet stall in a washroom described in Sentence 3.8.2.3.(3) or (4) shall,

(a) have a clear turning space at least 1 500 mm in diameter,

(b) be equipped with a door that shall,

(i) be capable of being latched from the inside with a mechanism that is operable using a closed fist,

(ii) when the door is in an open position, have a clear opening of at least 860 mm,

(iii) swing outward, unless 820 mm by 1 440 mm clear floor area is provided within the stall to permit the door to be closed without interfering with the wheelchair,

(iv) be provided with spring-type or gravity hinges so that the door closes automatically,

(v) be provided with a door pull on both sides of the door, near the latch side of the door, located at a height not less than 900 mm and not more than 1 100 mm above the finished floor,

(vi) be aligned with a clear transfer space required by Subclause (2)(a)(ii) or Clause (2)(b), and

(vii) be capable of having the latch required by Subclause (i) released from the outside in case of an emergency,

(c) be equipped with a water closet conforming to Article 3.8.3.9. that is located in accordance with Clause (2)(a) or (b),

(d) Reserved

(e) be equipped with a coat hook mounted not more than 1 200 mm above the finished floor on a side wall and projecting not more than 50 mm from the wall,

(f) have a clearance of at least 1 700 mm between the outside of the stall face and the face of an in-swinging washroom door and 1 400 mm between the outside of the stall face and any wall-mounted fixture or other obstruction, and

(g) where a toilet paper dispenser is provided, provide a dispenser that is,

(i) wall mounted,

(ii) located below the grab bar,

(iii) in line with or not more than 300 mm in front of the seat, and

(iv) not less than 600 mm above the finished floor.

(2) A water closet described in Clause (1)(c) shall be,

(a) located so that,

(i) the centre line of the water closet is not less than 460 mm and not more than 480 mm from one side wall, and

(ii) a clear transfer space at least 900 mm wide and 1 500 mm deep is provided on the other side of the water closet, or

(b) located so that a clear transfer space at least 900 mm wide and 1 500 mm deep is provided on each side of the water closet.

(3) Where a water closet is located in accordance with Clause (2)(a),

(a) a grab bar conforming to Sentences (5) and (7) shall be provided on the side wall referred to in Subclause (2)(a)(i),

(b) a fold-down grab bar may be provided and, if one is provided, it shall conform to Sentence (8) and be provided on the side of the water closet opposite the grab bar described in Clause (a), and

(c) a grab bar conforming to Sentences (6) and (7) shall be provided on the wall behind the water closet.

(4) Where a water closet is located in accordance with Clause (2)(b),

(a) a fold-down grab bar conforming to Sentence (8) shall be provided on each side of the water closet, and

(b) a grab bar conforming to Sentences (6) and (7) shall be provided on the wall behind the water closet.

(5) A grab bar described in Clause (3)(a) shall,

(a) be continuous L-shaped with 750 mm long horizontal and vertical components, and

(b) be wall mounted with the horizontal component 750 mm above the finished floor and the vertical component 150 mm in front of the water closet.

(6) A grab bar described in Clause (3)(c) or (4)(b) shall,

(a) be at least 600 mm in length, and

(b) be wall mounted horizontally from 840 mm to 920 mm above the finished floor and, where the water closet has a water tank, be wall mounted 150 mm above the tank.

(7) A grab bar described in Clause (3)(a) or (c) or (4)(b) shall,

(a) be installed to resist a load of at least 1.3 kN applied vertically or horizontally,

(b) be not less than 35 mm and not more than 40 mm in diameter,

(c) have a clearance of not less than 38 mm and not more than 50 mm from the wall to the inside surface of the grab bar, and

(d) have a slip-resistant surface.

(8) A fold-down grab bar described in Clause (3)(b) or (4)(a) shall,

(a) be mounted on the wall behind the water closet,

(i) with the horizontal component 750 mm above the finished floor, and

(ii) not less than 390 mm and not more than 410 mm from the centre line of the water closet,

(b) not require a force of more than 22.2 N to pull it down,

(c) be at least 750 mm in length,

(d) be installed to resist a load of at least 1.3 kN applied vertically or horizontally,

(e) be not less than 35 mm and not more than 40 mm in diameter, and

(f) have a slip-resistant surface.

(9) A fold-down grab bar installed in accordance with Sentence (8) is permitted to encroach into,

(a) the clear turning space described in Clause (1)(a), or

(b) a clear transfer space described in Subclause (2)(a)(ii) or Clause (2)(b).

(10) Where an ambulatory water closet stall is required by Sentence 3.8.2.3.(6), it shall,

(a) be at least 1 500 mm in depth and be not less than 890 mm and not more than 940 mm in width,

(b) be equipped with a door that shall,

(i) be capable of being latched from the inside with a mechanism that is operable using a closed fist,

(ii) when the door is in an open position, have a clear opening of at least 810 mm,

(iii) swing outward, unless the minimum dimensions in Clause (a) are not located within the door swing,

(iv) be provided with spring-type or gravity hinges so that the door closes automatically,

(v) be provided with a door pull on both sides of the door, near the latch side of the door, located at a height not less than 900 mm and not more than 1 100 mm above the finished floor, and

(vi) be capable of having the latch required by Subclause (i) released from the outside in the case of an emergency,

(c) be equipped with a water closet conforming to Article 3.8.3.9. and located so that its centre line is centred between the partition walls,

(d) be equipped on each side of the water closet with grab bars conforming to Clause (3)(a), and

(e) be equipped with a coat hook conforming to Clause (1)(e).

3.8.3.9. Water Closets

(1) A water closet described in Clause 3.8.3.8.(1)(c) or (10)(c) or 3.8.3.12.(1)(d) shall,

(a) be equipped with a seat located at not less than 430 mm and not more than 485 mm above the finished floor,

(b) be equipped with hand-operated flushing controls that are easily accessible to a wheelchair user or be automatically operable,

(c) be equipped with a back support where there is no seat lid or tank, and

(d) not have a spring-activated seat.

(2) Hand-operated flushing controls required by Clause (1)(b) shall be operable using a closed fist and with a force of not more than 22.2 N.

3.8.3.10. Urinals

(1) Where more than one urinal is provided in a washroom described in Sentence 3.8.2.3.(3) or (4), at least one urinal shall be,

(a) wall mounted, with the rim located not more than 430 mm above the finished floor, or

(b) floor mounted, with the rim level with the finished floor.

(2) A urinal described in Sentence (1) shall have,

(a) no step in front,

(b) a vertically mounted grab bar installed on each side of the urinal that,

(i) is not less than 300 mm long,

(ii) has its centre line 1 000 mm above the finished floor,

(iii) is located not less than 380 mm and not more than 450 mm measured horizontally from the vertical centre line of the urinal, and

(iv) complies with Sentence 3.8.3.8.(7), and

(c) a minimum depth of 345 mm measured from the outer face of the urinal rim to the back of the fixture.

(3) Where manual flush controls are provided for a urinal described in Sentence (1), the flush controls shall be,

(a) operable using a closed fist, and

(b) mounted no higher than 1 200 mm above the finished floor.

(4) Where privacy screens are installed for a urinal described in Sentence (1), they shall,

(a) be mounted a minimum of 460 mm from the centre line of the urinal, and

(b) have a clearance of at least 50 mm from the grab bars required by Clause (2)(b).

(5) Where more than one urinal is provided in a washroom described in Sentence 3.8.2.3.(6), at least one urinal conforming to Sentences (1) to (4) shall be provided in the washroom.

3.8.3.11. Lavatories

(1) A washroom described in Sentence 3.8.2.3.(2), (3) or (4) shall be provided with a lavatory that shall,

(a) be located so that the distance between the centre line of the lavatory and the side wall is not less than 460 mm,

(b) be mounted so that the top of the lavatory is not more than 840 mm above the finished floor,

(c) have a clearance beneath the lavatory not less than,

(i) 920 mm wide,

(ii) 735 mm high at the front edge,

(iii) 685 mm high at a point 205 mm back from the front edge, and

(iv) 350 mm high from a point 300 mm back from the front edge to the wall,

(d) have insulated pipes where they would otherwise present a burn hazard or have water supply temperature limited to a maximum of 43°C,

(e) be equipped with faucets that have lever type handles without spring loading or operate automatically and that are located so that the distance from the centre line of the faucet to the edge of the basin or, where the basin is mounted in a vanity, to the front edge of the vanity, is not more than 485 mm,

(f) have a minimum 1 370 mm deep floor space to allow for a forward approach, of which a maximum of 500 mm can be located under the lavatory,

(g) have a soap dispenser that is,

(i) located to be accessible to persons in wheelchairs,

(ii) located so that the dispensing height is not more than 1 200 mm above the finished floor,

(iii) located not more than 610 mm, measured horizontally, from the edge of the lavatory, and

(iv) operable with one hand, and

(h) have a towel dispenser or other hand drying equipment that is,

(i) located to be accessible to persons in wheelchairs,

(ii) located so that the dispensing height is not more than 1 200 mm above the finished floor,

(iii) operable with one hand, and

(iv) located not more than 610 mm, measured horizontally, from the edge of the lavatory.

(2) If mirrors are installed in a washroom described in Sentence 3.8.2.3.(2), (3) or (4), at least one mirror shall be,

(a) installed above a lavatory required by Sentence (1), and

(b) mounted with its bottom edge not more than 1 000 mm above the finished floor or inclined to the vertical to be usable by a person in a wheelchair.

(3) If dispensing or hand-operated washroom accessories, except those located in water closet stalls or described in Clause (1)(g), are provided, they shall be mounted so that,

(a) the dispensing height is not less than 900 mm and not more than 1 200 mm above the finished floor,

(b) the controls or operating mechanisms are mounted not less than 900 mm and not more than 1 200 mm above the finished floor, and

(c) a minimum 1 370 mm deep floor space is provided in front of the controls or operating mechanisms to allow for a front approach.

(4) Where a shelf is installed above a lavatory required by Sentence (1), it shall,

(a) be located not more than 200 mm above the top of the lavatory and not more than 1 100 mm above the finished floor, and

(b) project not more than 100 mm from the wall.

(5) A washroom described in Sentence 3.8.2.3.(6) shall be provided with a lavatory conforming to Clauses (1)(e), (g) and (h).

3.8.3.12. Universal Washrooms

(1) A universal washroom shall,

(a) be served by a barrier-free path of travel,

(b) have a door that is capable of being locked from the inside and released from the outside in case of emergency and that has,

(i) a graspable latch-operating mechanism located not less than 900 mm and not more than 1 000 mm above the finished floor,

(ii) if it is an outward swinging door, a door pull not less than 140 mm long located on the inside so that its midpoint is not less than 200 mm and not more than 300 mm from the latch side of the door and not less than 900 mm and not more than 1 100 mm above the finished floor, and

(iii) if it is an outward swinging door, a door closer, spring hinges or gravity hinges, so that the door closes automatically,

(c) have one lavatory conforming to Sentences 3.8.3.11.(1), (3) and (4),

(d) have one water closet conforming to Article 3.8.3.9. that is located in accordance with Clause 3.8.3.8.(2)(a) or (b),

(e) have grab bars conforming to,

(i) Sentence 3.8.3.8.(3), if the water closet is located in accordance with Clause 3.8.3.8.(2)(a), or

(ii) Sentence 3.8.3.8.(4), if the water closet is located in accordance with Clause 3.8.3.8.(2)(b),

(f) have no internal dimension between walls that is less than 1 700 mm,

(g) have a coat hook that conforms to Clause 3.8.3.8.(1)(e) and a shelf that is located not more than 1 100 mm above the finished floor and projects not more than 100 mm from the wall,

(h) be designed to permit a wheelchair to turn in an open space not less than 1 700 mm in diameter,

(i) be provided with a door equipped with a power door operator if the door is equipped with a self-closing device,

(j) be provided with a mirror,

(i) installed above a lavatory described in Clause (1)(c), and

(ii) mounted with its bottom edge not more than 1 000 mm above the finished floor or inclined to the vertical to be usable by a person in a wheelchair, and

(k) have lighting controlled by a motion sensor conforming to Sentence 12.2.4.1.(2).

(2) A universal washroom shall have,

(a) an emergency call system that consists of audible and visual signal devices inside and outside of the washroom that are activated by a control device inside the washroom, and

(b) an emergency sign that contains the words IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY PUSH EMERGENCY BUTTON AND AUDIBLE AND VISUAL SIGNAL WILL ACTIVATE in letters at least 25 mm high with a 5 mm stroke and that is posted above the emergency button.

(3) A clear space not less than 810 mm wide and 1 830 mm long shall be provided in each universal washroom for an adult-size change table.

(4) Where the clear space provided for an adult-size change table is adjacent to a wall, reinforcement shall be installed in the wall to permit the future installation of the change table.

(5) Where an adult-size change table is installed, it shall,

(a) when fully loaded, have a surface height above the finished floor that can be adjusted from between 450 mm and 500 mm at the low range to between 850 mm and 900 mm at the high range,

(b) be designed to carry a minimum load of 1.33 kN,

(c) have a clear floor space parallel to the long side of the table not less than 760 mm wide and 1 500 mm long, and

(d) in the case of a fold-down table,

(i) be installed so that it does not encroach into a clear transfer space described in Clause 3.8.3.8.(2)(a) or (b), and

(ii) have no operating mechanisms higher than 1 200 mm.

(6) A universal washroom need not conform to Sentences (3) and (4) if,

(a) it is located in an individual suite that,

(i) is used for an assembly occupancy, a business and personal services occupancy, a mercantile occupancy

or an industrial occupancy, and

(ii) meets one of the following requirements,

(A) it is located in a building that is less than 300 m2

in building area, or

(B) it is less than 300 m2 in area, if located in a building

that is at least 300 m2 in building area, or

(b) another universal washroom conforming to this Article is provided on the same floor level within 45 m.

3.8.3.13. Showers and Bathtubs

(1) Except within a suite of residential occupancy, if showers are provided in a building, the number of barrier-free

showers shall conform to Table 3.8.3.13.

Table 3.8.3.13.
Minimum Number of Barrier-Free Showers

Forming Part of Sentence 3.8.3.13.(1)

 


Item


Column 1
Number of Showers provided in a Group


Column 2
Minimum Number of Showers Required to Be Barrier-Free




1.


1


0




2.


2 to 7


1




3.


Over 7


1, plus 1 for each additional increment of 7 showers in a group




(2) A barrier-free shower required by Sentence (1) shall,

(a) be not less than 1 500 mm wide and 900 mm deep,

(b) have a clear floor space at the entrance to the shower not less than 900 mm deep and the same width as the shower, except that fixtures are permitted to project into that space provided they do not restrict access to the shower,

(c) have a slip-resistant floor surface,

(d) have a threshold that is level with the adjacent finished floor or a bevelled threshold not more than 13 mm higher than the adjacent finished floor,

(e) have a hinged seat that is not spring-loaded or a fixed seat that shall be,

(i) not less than 450 mm wide and 400 mm deep,

(ii) mounted not less than 430 mm and not more than 485 mm above the finished floor,

(iii) designed to carry a minimum load of 1.3 kN, and

(iv) located so that the edge of the seat is within 500 mm of the shower controls,

(f) have a wall mounted continuous L-shaped grab bar conforming to Sentence 3.8.3.8.(7) located on the same wall as the controls, with the horizontal component of the grab bar,

(i) mounted not more than 850 mm above the finished floor, and

(ii) located so that the end of the horizontal component is within 100 mm from the edge of the shower seat,

(g) have a pressure-equalizing or thermostatic mixing valve controlled by a lever or other device operable using a closed fist from the seated position,

(h) have a hand-held shower head with not less than 1 500 mm of flexible hose located so that it can be reached from the seated position and equipped with a support so that it can operate as a fixed shower head, and

(i) have fully recessed soap holders that can be reached from the seated position.

(3) Individual showers that are provided for use by patients or residents in buildings of Group B, Division 2 or 3 occupancy shall conform to Sentence (2).

(4) Individual bathtubs that are provided for the use of patients or residents in buildings of Group B, Division 2 or 3 occupancy shall have,

(a) faucets that have lever type handles without spring loading or that operate automatically,

(b) faucet handles that are located so as to be usable by a person seated in the bathtub,

(c) unless the bathtub is free-standing, a continuous L-shaped grab bar conforming to Sentence 3.8.3.8.(7) with 900 mm long horizontal and vertical components mounted with,

(i) the horizontal component located not less than 150 mm and not more than 200 mm above and parallel to the rim of the bathtub, and

(ii) the vertical component located not less than 300 mm and not more than 450 mm from the control end of the bathtub, and

(d) unless the bathtub is free-standing, a grab bar conforming to Sentence 3.8.3.8.(7) that is located at each end of the bathtub and is,

(i) at least 750 mm long,

(ii) mounted vertically from a point 200 mm above the rim of the bathtub, and

(iii) mounted within 150 mm from the edge of the bathtub, measured horizontally.

(5) Where a barrier-free bathtub is provided, a clear floor space at least 900 mm wide and 1 440 mm long shall be provided along the full length of the bathtub.

47. Articles 3.8.3.15. and 3.8.3.16. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

3.8.3.15. Shelves or Counters for Telephones

(1) Where more than one telephone is provided for public use, a built-in shelf or counter shall be provided for at least one telephone.

(2) A shelf or counter described in Sentence (1) shall,

(a) be level,

(b) be not less than 500 mm wide and 350 mm deep, and

(c) have, for each telephone provided, a clear space that,

(i) is not less than 810 mm wide and 1 370 mm deep, centred on the telephone, and

(ii) has no obstruction within 250 mm above the surface.

(3) The top surface of a section of the shelf or counter described in Sentence (1) shall,

(a) be located not less than 775 mm and not more than 875 mm from the finished floor, and

(b) have a knee space not less than 740 mm high.

(4) Where a wall-hung telephone is provided above the shelf or counter section described in Sentence (3), it shall be located so that the receiver and coin or card slot are not more than 1 200 mm from the finished floor.

(5) Where more than one telephone is provided for public use in a normally occupied floor area that is not required by Article 3.8.2.1. to have a barrier-free path of travel, a built-in shelf or counter that conforms to Sentences (2), (3) and (4) shall be provided for at least one telephone.

3.8.3.16. Drinking Fountains

(1) Where more than one drinking fountain is provided, at least one shall be a barrier-free fountain that conforms to Sentences (2) and (3).

(2) A barrier-free drinking fountain shall,

(a) have a spout located near the front of the unit not more than 915 mm above the finished floor,

(b) be equipped with controls that are easily operated from a wheelchair using one hand with a force of not more than 22 N or shall operate automatically,

(c) project the water at least 100 mm high,

(d) provide the water stream at a vertical angle of up to,

(i) 30o, where the spout is located less than 75 mm from the front of the fountain, or

(ii) 15o, where the spout is located not less than 75 mm and not more than 125 mm from the front of the fountain,

(e) be detectable by a cane at a level at or below 680 mm from the finished floor, and

(f) where the drinking fountain is cantilevered, meet the following requirements:

(i) be mounted not more than 915 mm above the finished floor,

(ii) provide a clearance height under the fountain of not less than 735 mm above the finished floor,

(iii) have a clear depth under the fountain of not less than 450 mm,

(iv) have a clear width under the fountain of not less than 760 mm,

(v) have a toe clearance height under the fountain of at least 350 mm above the finished floor from a point 300 mm back from the front edge to the wall, and

(vi) have a depth at the base of the fountain of at least 700 mm.

(3) A barrier-free drinking fountain required by Sentence (1) shall have a clear floor space in front of, or adjacent to, the fountain that is a minimum of 810 mm deep and 1 370 mm wide.

(4) Where more than one drinking fountain is provided in a normally occupied floor area that is not required by Article 3.8.2.1. to have a barrier-free path of travel, at least one shall be a barrier-free fountain that conforms to Sentences (2) and (3).

3.8.3.17. Platforms

(1) A tactile attention indicator conforming to Article 3.8.3.18. shall be installed along any edge of a platform that is,

(a) not protected by a guard, and

(b) higher than 250 mm above the finished floor or ground or sloped steeper than 1 in 3.

(2) Sentence (1) does not apply to the front edges of stages.

3.8.3.18. Tactile Attention Indicators

(1) Where a tactile attention indicator is required, it shall conform to Sentence (2) and Clauses 4.1.1. and  4.1.2. of  ISO 23599, “Assistive Products for Blind and Vision-Impaired Persons – Tactile Walking Surface Indicators”.

(2) The depth of the tactile attention indicator shall be not less than 300 mm and not more than 610 mm.

48. Sentence 3.10.2.4.(10) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding “Except as provided in Sentence (11)” at the beginning.

49. Sentence 3.13.7.1.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Fixed Guideway Transit Systems”” at the end and substituting ““Fixed Guideway Transit and Passenger Rail Systems””.

50. The heading to Section 3.17. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Section 3.17. Additional Requirements for Existing Buildings

51. Article 3.17.1.1. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

3.17.1.1. Application

(1) This Section applies where proposed construction,

(a) in respect of an existing building will result in any of the following changes of use of all or part of the building:

(i) a change of the major occupancy of all or part of a building

that is designated with a “Y” in Table 1.3.1.4. of Division C,

(ii) a suite of a Group C major occupancy

is converted into more than one suite of a Group C major occupancy,

(iii) a suite or part of a suite of a Group A, Division 2 or a Group A, Division 4 major occupancy is converted to a gaming premises,

(iv) a farm building or part of a farm building is changed to a major occupancy,

(v) a building or part of a building

is changed to a post-disaster building,

(vi) a building or part of a building

is changed to a retirement home regulated under the Retirement Homes Act, 2010, or

(vii) the use of a building or part of a building

is changed and the previous major occupancy of the building or part of the building

cannot be determined, or

(b) in respect of an existing building of combustible construction

will extend the building by adding a storey or storeys such that the extended building will be more than four storeys in building height.

(2) For the purposes of this Section and Sentences 11.4.2.1.(1) and 11.4.2.5.(4), the changes of use set out in Subclauses (1)(a)(ii) to (iv) and (vi) shall also be deemed to constitute a change in major occupancy.

(3) The requirements of this Section are in addition to the requirements of other Parts of this Division as they apply to the proposed construction.

52. Sentence 3.17.2.1.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Clauses 3.17.1.1.(1)(a) to (d) and (f)” and substituting “Subclauses 3.17.1.1.(1)(a)(i) to (iv) and (vi)”.

53. (1) Sentence 3.17.2.2.(2) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “and 11.4.2.5.” at the end and substituting “11.4.2.5. and 11.4.2.6.”

(2) Sentence 3.17.2.2.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “and 11.4.3.6.” at the end and substituting “11.4.3.6. and 11.4.3.7.”

54. Sentence 4.1.8.10.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(3) For buildings having fundamental lateral periods, Ta, of 1.0 s or greater, and where IEFvSa(1.0) is greater than 0.25, shear walls that are other than wood-based and form part of the SFRS shall be continuous from their top to the foundation

and shall not have irregularities of Type 4 or 5 as described in Table 4.1.8.6.

(4) For buildings constructed with more than 4 storeys of continuous wood construction and where IEFaSa(0.2) is equal to or greater than 0.35, timber SFRS of shear walls with wood-based panels, braced frames or moment-resisting frames as defined in Table 4.1.8.9. within the continuous wood construction shall not have irregularities of Type 4 or 5 as described in Table 4.1.8.6.

55. Article 4.1.8.11. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentence:

(11) Where the fundamental lateral period, Ta, is determined by Clause (3)(d) and the

building is constructed with more than 4 storeys of continuous wood construction and having a timber SFRS of shear walls with wood-based panels, braced frames or moment-resisting frames as defined in Table 4.1.8.9., the lateral earthquake force, V, as determined by Sentence (2) shall be multiplied by 1.2, but need not exceed that determined by Clause (2)(c).

56. (1) Sentence 4.1.8.12.(8) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Except as required by Sentence (9)” at the beginning and substituting “Except as required by Sentences (9) and (12)”.

(2) Article 4.1.8.12. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentence:

(12) Buildings with more than 4 storeys

of continuous wood construction and having a timber SFRS of shear walls with wood-based panels, braced frames or moment-resisting frames as defined in Table 4.1.8.9., having a fundamental lateral period, Ta, as determined in Clause 4.1.8.11.(3)(d), shall have the base shear, Vd, taken as the larger of the base shear obtained in Sentence (7) and 100% of the lateral earthquake design force, V, as determined in Article 4.1.8.11.

57. Sentence 4.3.4.3.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-A660” and substituting “CSA A660”.

58. Sentence 5.5.1.2.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASTM E96, “Water Vapour Transmission of Materials” by the desiccant method (dry cup)” at the end and substituting “ASTM E96 / E96M, “Water Vapor Transmission of Materials” by the desiccant method (dry cup)”.

59. Item 107 of Table 5.10.1.1. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” in Column 2 and substituting “O325”.

60. (1) Sentence 6.2.1.4.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B365, “Installation Code for Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment”” and substituting “CSA B365, “Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment””.

(2) Sentence 6.2.1.4.(2) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B366.1, “Solid Fuel-Fired Central Heating Appliances”” at the end and substituting “CSA B366.1, “Solid-Fuel-Fired Central Heating Appliances””.

(3) Sentence 6.2.1.4.(5) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B365, “Installation Code for Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment”” and substituting “CSA B365, “Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment””.

61. Sentence 6.2.2.5.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding “Except as provided in Subsection 6.2.13.” at the beginning.

62. Clause 6.2.2.6.(2)(a) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(a) ANSI/UL 300, “Fire Extinguishing Systems for Protection of Commercial Cooking Equipment”, or

63. Clause 6.2.3.9.(3)(c) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/ULC-S112.1-M” and substituting “CAN/ULC-S112.1”.

64. Section 7.1. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Subsection:

7.1.7. Accommodating Movement

7.1.7.1. Structural Movement

(1) Plumbing shall be designed and installed to accommodate the maximum relative structural movement provided for in the construction of the building.

65. (1) Sentence 7.2.2.2.(2) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASME A112.19.2/CAN/CSA-B45.1” and substituting “ASME A112.19.2 / CSA B45.1”.

(2) Sentence 7.2.2.2.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASME A112.19.1/CAN/CSA-B45.2” and substituting “ASME A112.19.1 / CSA B45.2”.

(3) Sentence 7.2.2.2.(4) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASME A112.19.1/CAN/CSA-B45.2” and substituting “ASME A112.19.1 / CSA B45.2”.

(4) Sentence 7.2.2.2.(5) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASME A112.19.3/CAN/CSA-B45.4” and substituting “ASME A112.19.3 / CSA B45.4”.

(5) Sentence 7.2.2.2.(6) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B45.5” and substituting “CSA B45.5 / IAPMO Z124”.

(6) Sentence 7.2.2.2.(7) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(7) Hydromassage bathtubs shall conform to ASME A112.19.7 / CSA B45.10, “Hydromassage Bathtub Systems”.

66. (1) Clause 7.2.3.2.(3)(a) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B481.1” at the beginning and substituting “CSA B481.1”.

(2) Clause 7.2.3.2.(3)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B481.2” at the beginning and substituting “CSA B481.2”.

67. Sentence 7.2.3.3.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASME A112.18.2 / CAN/CSA-B125.2” and substituting “ASME A112.18.2 / CSA B125.2”.

68. Sentence 7.2.5.3.(5) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CSA A257.4” and substituting “CAN/CSA-A257.4”.

69. Sentence 7.2.5.8.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications”” and substituting ““Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe and Fittings for Pressure Applications””.

70. Clause 7.2.5.10.(1)(i) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications”” at the end and substituting ““Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe and Fittings for Pressure Applications””.

71. Sentence 7.2.6.1.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CSA B70” and substituting “CAN/CSA-B70”.

72. Sentence 7.2.6.3.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Cast-Iron Threaded Drainage Fittings”” at the end and substituting ““Cast Iron Threaded Drainage Fittings””.

73. Sentence 7.2.6.4.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Ductile-Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast for Water”” at the end and substituting ““Ductile-Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast””.

74. Sentence 7.2.6.5.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Gray Iron Threaded Fittings, Classes 125 and 250”” at the end and substituting ““Gray Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250””.

75. Sentence 7.2.6.6.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Malleable Iron Threaded Fittings, Classes 150 and 300”” at the end and substituting ““Malleable Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 150 and 300””.

76. Sentence 7.2.7.3.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Cast Bronze Threaded Fittings, Classes 125 and 250”” at the end and substituting ““Cast Copper Alloy Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250””.

77. Clause 7.2.7.4.(3)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(b) ASTM B68 / B68M, “Seamless Copper Tube, Bright Annealed”.

78. (1) Sentence 7.2.9.2.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Liquid and Paste Fluxes for Soldering Applications of Copper and Copper Alloy and Tube”” at the end and substituting ““Liquid and Paste Fluxes for Soldering of Copper and Copper Alloy Tube””.

(2) Sentence 7.2.9.2.(4) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ANSI/AWS A5.8/A5.8M” and substituting “ANSI/AWS A5.8M/A5.8”.

79. Sentence 7.2.10.6.(2) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASME A112.18.2 / CAN/CSA-B125.2” and substituting “ASME A112.18.2 / CSA B125.2”.

80. Sentence 7.2.10.10.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (2), back-siphonage preventers

and backflow preventers shall be certified to,

(a) CSA B64.0, “Definitions, General Requirements and Test Methods for Vacuum Breakers and Backflow Preventers”,

(b) CSA B64.1.1, “Atmospheric Vacuum Breakers (AVB)”,

(c) CSA B64.1.2, “Pressure Vacuum Breakers (PVB)”,

(d) CSA B64.1.3, “Spill-resistant Pressure Vacuum Breakers (SRPVB)”,

(e) CSA B64.1.4, “Vacuum Breaker, Air Space Type (ASVB)”,

(f) CSA B64.2, “Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB)”,

(g) CSA B64.2.1, “Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Manual Draining Feature”,

(h) CSA B64.2.1.1, “Hose Connection Dual Check Vacuum Breakers (HCDVB)”,

(i) CSA B64.2.2, “Hose Connection Vacuum Breakers (HCVB) with Automatic Draining Feature”,

(j) CSA B64.3, “Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Atmospheric Port (DCAP)”,

(k) CSA B64.3.1, “Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Atmospheric Port for Carbonators (DCAPC)”,

(l) CSA B64.4, “Reduced Pressure Principle (RP) Backflow Preventers”,

(m) CSA B64.5, “Double Check Valve (DCVA) Backflow Preventers”,

(n) CSA B64.6, “Dual Check Valve (DuC) Backflow Preventers”,

(o) CSA B64.7, “Laboratory Faucet Vacuum Breakers (LFVB)”,

(p) CSA B64.8, “Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers with Intermediate Vent (DuCV)”, or

(q) CSA B64.10, “Selection and Installation of Backflow Preventers”.

81. (1) Item 3 of Table 7.2.11.2. of Division B of the Regulation is amended striking out ““Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe for Pressure Applications”” in Column 2 and substituting ““Rigid Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe and Fittings for Pressure Applications””.

(2) Item 5 of Table 7.2.11.2. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Ductile-Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast for Water”” in Column 2 and substituting ““Ductile-Iron Pipe, Centrifugally Cast””.

(3) Item 8 of Table 7.2.11.2. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Gray Iron Threaded Fittings, Classes 125 and 250”” in Column 2 and substituting ““Gray Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250””.

82. Subclause 7.4.6.4.(2)(a)(i) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CSA B70” at the beginning and substituting “CAN/CSA-B70”.

83. Sentence 7.5.3.1.(6) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Additional circuit vents” at the beginning of the portion before Clause (a) and substituting “Additional circuit vents”.

84. Sentence 7.6.1.3.(6) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “(polybutylene, polyethylene or PVC)”.

85. (1) Clause 7.6.2.4.(2)(a) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.6.1” and substituting “CSA B64.6.1”.

(2) Clause 7.6.2.4.(2)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.9” and substituting “CSA B64.9”.

(3) Clause 7.6.2.4.(2)(c) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.5.1” and substituting “CSA B64.5.1”.

(4) Clause 7.6.2.4.(2)(d) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.4.1” and substituting “CSA B64.4.1”.

(5) Clause 7.6.2.4.(2)(e) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.4.1” and substituting “CSA B64.4.1”.

(6) Subclause 7.6.2.4.(2)(f)(i) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.5.1” and substituting “CSA B64.5.1”.

(7) Subclause 7.6.2.4.(2)(f)(ii) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.4.1” and substituting “CSA B64.4.1”.

(8) Sentence 7.6.2.4.(4) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.4.1” and substituting “CSA B64.4.1”.

86. Sentence 7.6.2.5.(4) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.3” and substituting “CSA B64.3”.

87. Sentence 7.6.2.6.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.6, “Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers (DuC)”” at the end and substituting “CSA B64.6, “Dual Check Valve (DuC) Backflow Preventers””.

88. Sentence 7.6.5.2.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CSA B125.1” and substituting “ASME A112.18.1 / CSA B125.1”.

89. Sentence 7.7.1.1.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B64.6, “Dual Check Valve Backflow Preventers (DuC)”” in the portion before Clause (a) and substituting “CSA B64.6, “Dual Check Valve (DuC) Backflow Preventers””.

90. (1) Subclause 8.1.3.1.(8)(b)(i) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B481.1” at the beginning and substituting “CSA B481.1”.

(2) Subclause 8.1.3.1.(8)(b)(ii) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B481.2” at the beginning and substituting “CSA B481.2”.

91. Sentence 8.9.3.3.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B481.4” and substituting “CSA B481.4”.

92. Subclause 9.3.1.1.(4)(b)(i) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(i) conform to CSA G30.18, “Carbon Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement”,

93. Sentence 9.3.1.8.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASTM C260” and substituting “ASTM C260 / C260M”.

94. Clause 9.3.3.2.(1)(a) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “(Galvanealed)” and substituting “(Galvannealed)”.

95. Sentence 9.4.1.1.(2) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(2) Where floor framing is designed in accordance with Clause (1)(b) or (c) and where supporting wall framing and fastenings, or footings, are designed according to Clause (1)(a), the specified live load on the floor according to Table 4.1.5.3. shall not exceed 2.4 kPa.

96. Article 9.7.2.2. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and following substituted:

9.7.2.2. Other Requirements for Windows, Doors and Skylights

(1) Minimum sizes of doorways and doors within a barrier-free path of travel shall conform to Section 9.5.

(2) The protection of window and door openings against persons falling through the window or door opening shall conform to Article 9.8.8.1.

(3) Properties of windows and doors within exits shall conform to Section 9.9.

(4) Windows and doors installed to provide the required means of egress

from bedrooms shall conform to Subsection 9.9.10.

(5) The location and protection of windows, doors and skylights in order to control the spread of fire shall conform to Subsection 9.10.12.

(6) Doors between dwelling units and attached garages shall conform to Article 9.10.13.15.

(7) The surface flame-spread rating for doors and skylights shall conform to Article 9.10.17.1.

(8) Windows and doors installed to provide the required access to a building

for firefighting purposes shall conform to Subsection 9.10.20.

(9) Windows and skylights installed to provide required non-heating season ventilation shall conform to Article 9.32.2.1.

97. (1) Clause 9.8.8.1.(5)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(b) a mechanism capable of controlling the free swinging or sliding of the openable part of the window so as to limit any clear unobstructed opening to a size that will prevent the passage of a sphere having a diameter more than 100 mm.

(2) Clause 9.8.8.1.(6)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(b) the only opening having greater dimensions than those allowed by Clause (5)(b) is a horizontal opening at the top of the window,

98. Sentences 9.8.9.6.(3) and (4) of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(3) Stairs and ramps, except those serving a single dwelling unit,

service rooms or service spaces, shall have a colour contrast or a distinctive visual pattern to demarcate,

(a) the leading edge of the treads,

(b) the leading edge of the landing, and

(c) the beginning and end of a ramp.

(4) Except for stairs serving a single dwelling unit, service rooms or service spaces, a tactile attention indicator conforming to Article 3.8.3.18. shall be installed,

(a) at the top of the stairs, starting one tread depth back from the edge of the top stair, and

(b) at the leading edge of landings where a doorway opens onto stairs, starting one tread depth back from the edge of the landing.

(5) Treads and landings of interior and exterior stairs and ramps, other than those within

dwelling units, shall have a slip-resistant finish or be provided with slip-resistant strips that extend not more than 1 mm above the surface.

99. Sentence 9.9.4.7.(2) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked.

100. (1) Clause 9.9.11.3.(2)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Graphical Symbols – Safety Colours and Safety Signs – Part 1: Design Principles for Safety Signs in Workplaces and Public Areas”” and substituting ““Graphical Symbols – Safety Colours and Safety Signs – Part 1: Design Principles for Safety Signs and Safety Markings””.

(2) Clause 9.9.11.3.(3)(b) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(b) where illumination of the sign is not powered by an electrical circuit, be,

(i) constructed in conformance with CAN/ULC-S572, “Photoluminescent and Self-Luminous Signs and Path Marking Systems”, and

(ii) labelled in accordance with the time duration for which they have been tested and listed.

101. Sentence 9.10.13.6.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN4-S105-M, “Fire Door Frames Meeting the Performance Required by CAN4-S104”” at the end and substituting “CAN/ULC-S105, “Fire Door Frames Meeting the Performance Required by CAN/ULC-S104””.

102. Article 9.10.19.1. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Sentences:

(2) Smoke alarms required in Sentence (1) shall have a visual signalling component conforming to the requirements in 18.5.3. (Light, Color and Pulse Characteristics) of NFPA 72, “National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code”.

(3) The visual signalling component required in Sentence (2) need not,

(a) be integrated with the smoke alarm provided it is interconnected to it,

(b) be on battery backup, or

(c) have synchronized flash rates, when installed in a dwelling unit.

(4) The luminous intensity for visual signalling components required in Sentence (2) that are installed in sleeping rooms shall be a minimum of 175 cd.

(5) Smoke alarms required in Sentence (1) shall be installed on or near the ceiling.

103. Sentence 9.10.19.3.(3) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(3) A smoke alarm required in Sentence (1) shall have a visual signalling component conforming to the requirements in 18.5.3. (Light, Color and Pulse Characteristics) of NFPA 72, “National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code”.

(4) The visual signalling component required in Sentence (3) need not,

(a) be integrated with the smoke alarm provided it is interconnected to it,

(b) be on battery backup, or

(c) have synchronized flash rates, when installed in a dwelling unit.

(5) The luminous intensity for visual signalling components required in Sentence (3) that are installed in sleeping rooms shall be a minimum of 175 cd.

(6) Smoke alarms required in Sentence (1) shall be installed on or near the ceiling.

104. Sentence 9.21.1.3.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B365, “Installation Code for Solid-Fuel Burning Appliances and Equipment”” at the end and substituting “CSA B365, “Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment””.

105. Sentence 9.22.10.2.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B365, “Installation Code for Solid-Fuel Burning Appliances and Equipment”” at the end and substituting “CSA B365, “Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment””.

106. Sentence 9.23.13.11.(6) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out ““Truss Design Procedures and Specifications for Light Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses”” at the end and substituting ““Truss Design Procedures and Specifications for Light Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses (Limit States Design)””.

107. Clause 9.23.14.2.(1)(d) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” at the beginning and substituting “CSA O325”.

108. Sentence 9.23.14.4.(2) of the Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” and substituting “CSA O325”.

109. Tables 9.23.14.5.A. and 9.23.14.5.B. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

Table 9.23.14.5.A.
Thickness of Subflooring

Forming Part of Sentences 9.23.14.5.(1) and 9.23.15.7.(1)

 


Item


Column 1
Maximum Spacing of Supports, mm


Column 2
Minimum Thickness, mm
Plywood and OSB, O-2 Grade


Column 3
Minimum Thickness, mm
OSB, O-1 Grade, and Waferboard, R-1 Grade


Column 4
Minimum Thickness, mm
Particleboard


Column 5
Minimum Thickness, mm
Lumber




1.


406


15.5


15.9


15.9


17.0




2.


508


15.5


15.9


19.0


19.0




3.


610


18.5


19.0


25.4


19.0




Table 9.23.14.5.B.
Rating for Subfloor when Applying CSA O325

Forming Part of Sentences 9.23.14.5.(1) and 9.23.15.7.(1)

 


Item


Column 1
Maximum Spacing of Supports, mm


Column 2
Panel Mark
Subfloor


Column 3
Panel Mark
Subfloor Used with Panel-Type Underlay




1.


406


1F16


2F16




2.


508


1F20


2F20




3.


610


1F24


2F24




110. Clause 9.23.15.2.(1)(d) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” at the beginning and substituting “CSA O325”.

111. Sentence 9.23.15.3.(2) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” and substituting “CSA O325”.

112. Tables 9.23.15.7.A. and 9.23.15.7.B. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

Table 9.23.15.7.A.
Thickness of Roof Sheathing

Forming Part of Sentence 9.23.15.7.(2)

 


Item


Column 1
Maximum Spacing of Supports, mm


Column 2
Minimum Thickness, mm
Plywood and OSB, O-2 Grade
Edges Supported


Column 3
Minimum Thickness, mm
Plywood and OSB, O-2 Grade
Edges Unsupported


Column 4
Minimum Thickness, mm
OSB, O-1 Grade and Waferboard, R-1 Grade
Edges Supported


Column 5
Minimum Thickness, mm
OSB, O-1 Grade and Waferboard, R-1 Grade
Edges Unsupported


Column 6
Minimum Thickness, mm
Lumber




1.


305


7.5


7.5


9.5


9.5


17.0




2.


406


7.5


9.5


9.5


11.1


17.0




3.


610


9.5


12.5


11.1


12.7


19.0




Table 9.23.15.7.B.
Rating for Roof Sheathing When Applying CSA O325

Forming Part of Sentence 9.23.15.7.(2)

 


Item


Column 1
Maximum Spacing of Supports, mm


Column 2
Panel Mark - Edges Supported


Column 3
Panel Mark - Edges Unsupported




1.


406


2R16


1R16




2.


508


2R20


1R20




3.


610


2R24


1R24




113. Tables 9.23.16.2.A. and 9.23.16.2.B. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

Table 9.23.16.2.A.
Wall Sheathing Thickness and Specifications

Forming Part of Sentence 9.23.16.2.(1)

 


Item


Column 1
Type of Sheathing


Column 2
Minimum Thickness, mm(1)
With Supports 406 mm o.c.


Column 3
Minimum Thickness, mm(1)
With Supports 610 mm o.c.


Column 4
Material Standards




1.


Fibreboard (insulating)


9.5


11.1


CAN/ULC-S706




2.


Gypsum Sheathing


9.5


12.7


CAN/CSA-A82.27-M
ASTM C1177 / C1177M
ASTM C1396 / C1396M




3.


Lumber


17.0


17.0


See Table 9.3.2.1.




4.


Mineral Fibre, Rigid Board, Type 2


25


25


CAN/ULC-S702




5.


OSB, O-2 Grade


6.0


7.5


CSA O437.0




6.


OSB, O-1 Grade, and Waferboard, R-1 Grade


6.35


7.9


CSA O437.0




7.


Phenolic, faced


25


25


CAN/CGSB-51.25-M




8.


Plywood (exterior type)


6


7.5


CSA O121
CSA O151
CSA O153-M




9.


Polystyrene, Types 1 and 2


38


38


CAN/ULC-S701




10.


Polystyrene, Types 3 and 4


25


25


CAN/ULC-S701




11.


Polyurethane and Polyisocycanurate Type 1, faced


38


38


CAN/ULC-S704




12.


Polyurethane and Polyisocycanurate Types 2 and 3, faced


25


25


CAN/ULC-S704




Notes to Table 9.23.16.2.A.:

(1) See also Sentences 9.27.5.1.(2) to (4).

Table 9.23.16.2.B.
Rating For Wall Sheathing When Applying CSA O325

Forming Part of Sentence 9.23.16.2.(1)

 


Item


Column 1
Maximum Spacing of Supports, mm


Column 2
Panel Mark




1.


406


W16




2.


508


W20




3.


610


W24




114. Sentence 9.25.4.2.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASTM E96” and substituting “ASTM E96 / E96M”.

115. Subclause 9.25.5.1.(1)(a)(ii) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “ASTM E96,/E96M” and substituting “ASTM E96 / E96M”.

116. Clause 9.29.9.1.(2)(a) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325” at the beginning and substituting “CSA O325”.

117. Sentence 9.29.9.2.(5) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by  striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” in the portion before Clause (a) and substituting “CSA O325”.

118. Sentence 9.32.3.9.(6) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking “CSA C22.2 No. 113-M” and substituting “CSA C22.2 No. 113”.

119. Sentence 9.33.1.2.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-B365” and substituting “CSA B365”.

120. Sentence 9.39.1.3.(1) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(1) Reinforcing steel shall conform to Grade 400 in CSA G30.18, “Carbon Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement”.

121. The heading to Column 3 of Table A-8 of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Supported Length, mm(3)(4)” and substituting “Supported Length, m(3)(4)”.

122. The heading to Column 3 of Table A-9 of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Supported Length, mm(3)(4)” and substituting “Supported Length, m(3)(4)”.

123. The heading to Column 3 of Table A-10 of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Supported Length, mm(3)(4)” and substituting “Supported Length, m(3)(4)”.

124. Note 1 to Table A-13 of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” and substituting “CSA O325”.

125. Note 1 to Table A-14 of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” and substituting “CSA O325”.

126. Note 1 to Table A-15 of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “CAN/CSA-O325.0” and substituting “CSA O325”.

127. Column 5 of Table A-25 of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “4.07” and substituting “4.70”.

128. Sentence 10.3.2.2.(7) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(7) Except as provided in Sentence (8), the performance level of a building or part of a building

is reduced in an existing building of combustible construction where,

(a) the occupancy

is changed to a residential occupancy in all or part of the building, and

(b) if the building

was new, it would have been required to be of noncombustible construction or to be constructed in accordance with Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A.

129. Article 11.3.3.2. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

11.3.3.2. Extensive Renovation

(1) Where existing interior walls or ceilings or floor assemblies or roof assemblies are substantially removed in an existing building and new interior walls, ceilings, floor assemblies or roof assemblies are installed in the building, structural and fire-resistance elements shall be constructed in compliance with the requirements of the other Parts.

(2) Except as provided in Section 11.5., the proposed construction

within an existing suite shall comply with the requirements of Section 3.8. where,

(a) new interior walls or floor assemblies are installed,

(b) the suite

has an area greater than 300 m2, and

(c) the suite

is located in,

(i) a floor area where the existing difference in elevation between the adjacent ground level and the floor level is not more than 200 mm, or

(ii) a normally occupied floor area which is accessible by a passenger type elevator or other platform equipped passenger elevating device from an entrance

storey where the existing difference in elevation between the adjacent ground level and the entrance storey

level is not more than 200 mm.

(3) Except as provided in Section 11.5., the proposed construction

within an existing suite, other than a suite described in Sentence (2) or a suite in a building described in Clause 3.8.1.1.(1)(a), (b), (c) or (d), shall comply with the requirements of Sentences 3.8.1.3.(6), 3.8.2.3.(6), 3.8.3.1.(6), 3.8.3.3.(19), 3.8.3.7.(1), 3.8.3.15.(5) and 3.8.3.16.(4) where new interior walls or floor assemblies are installed.

(4) Except as provided in Sentence (5), where existing interior walls or ceilings or floor assemblies or roof assemblies are substantially removed on any storey in an existing building

and new interior walls, ceilings, floor assemblies or roof assemblies are installed, the storey shall be sprinklered if,

(a) the storey

will contain a Group C major occupancy, and

(b) the building

is over 3 storeys in building height.

(5) Sentence (4) does not apply where the building,

(a) conforms to Subclause 3.2.2.44.(1)(a)(ii), and

(b) contains dwelling units having means of egress conforming to Sentence 3.3.4.4.(8).

(6) Where existing interior walls or ceilings or floor assemblies or roof assemblies are substantially removed and new interior walls, ceilings, floor assemblies or roof assemblies are installed in an existing building

or part of an existing building that is a retirement home regulated under the Retirement Homes Act, 2010, the following requirements apply:

(a) the retirement home shall be sprinklered,

(b) a voice communication system conforming to Article 3.2.4.23. shall be provided in the building, if Clause 3.2.6.8.(1)(b) or (c), as applicable, requires that such a voice communication system be provided in the building, and

(c) doors to suites

and sleeping rooms not within suites in the retirement home, other than doors leading directly to the exterior, shall be equipped with self-closing devices.

130. Sentence 11.4.2.3.(5) of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “to be constructed of noncombustible construction” at the end and substituting “to be of noncombustible construction or to be constructed in accordance with Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A.”

131. Subsection 11.4.2. of Division of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Article:

11.4.2.6. Extension of Buildings of Combustible Construction

(1) The performance level of an existing building

of combustible construction is reduced where the existing building is extended by adding a storey or storeys such that the extended building will be more than four storeys in building height.

132. Sentence 11.4.3.4.(5) of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(5) Where the performance level is reduced under Sentence 11.4.2.3.(5), the requirement for the building to be of noncombustible construction or to be constructed in accordance with Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. is satisfied if the building is sprinklered.

133. Subsection 11.4.3. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Article:

11.4.3.7. Extension of Buildings of Combustible Construction

(1) Where the performance level of an existing building

is reduced under Article 11.4.2.6., the building

shall be sprinklered.

134. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.B. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 300 occupant load
maximum / 1 storey


Small




- 600 m2 / 600 occupant load maximum / 1 storey
with less than 40% 2 storey (6)


Medium




- Any area / not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on building area and building height, unless noted.

135. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.C. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 400 m2 / 1 storey


Small




- 250 m2 / 3 storey (Public Heritage Building)


Small




- 800 m2 / 2 storey


Medium




- Any area / not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on building area and building height, unless noted.

136. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.D. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 1000 m2 / 1 storey


Small




- 2000 m2 / 2 storey


Medium




- Any area / not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on building area and building height, unless noted.

137. (1) The heading to Table 11.2.1.1.E. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Table 11.2.1.1.E. (1)(3)
Hazard Index

Forming Part of Sentences 11.2.1.1.(1) and (2)

(2) Table 11.2.1.1.E. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Occupancy H.I. (5)” and substituting “Occupancy H.I. (4)”.

(3) Notes 1 to 5 to Table 11.2.1.1.E. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)


 




- 2,500 occupant load
max. / min. limiting distance of 6 m (combustible)


Small




- 15,000 occupant load
maximum (with roof at least ½ rating if combustible)


Medium




- Unlimited occupant load


Large




(2) Building size is based on the existing building facing one street.

(3) For existing buildings facing multiple streets, see Sentence 11.2.1.1.(2) and Table 11.4.3.4.A.

(4) Take lowest rating for H.I. from Table for major occupancy change.

138. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.F. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum)(2)


 




- Any area / 1 storey


Small




- 600 m2 / 1 storey (Police Station with Detention)


Small




- Any area (noncombustible) / 2 storey


Medium




- Any area (noncombustible); 500 m2 (combustible) / 2 storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey (noncombustible)


H.I. = 7




- Over 500 m2 (combustible) / over 2 storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on

building area and building height, unless noted.

139. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.G. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum)(2)(3)


 




- 250 m2 / 1 storey


Small




- 600 m2 / 1 storey (Police Station with Detention)


Small




- 500 m2 / 2 storey; 1000 m2 / 1 storey


Medium




- Any area (noncombustible); 500 m2 (combustible) / 2 storey


Medium




- Any area / not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on

building area and building height, unless noted.

140. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.H. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum)(2)(3)


 




- 600 m2 / 1 storey


Small




- 500 m2 / 2 storey; 1000 m2 / 1 storey


Medium




- Any area / not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on

building area and building height, unless noted.

141. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.I. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 600 m2 / 3 storey


Small




- 250 m2 / 3 storey (Public Heritage Building)


Small




- 2000 m2 / not exceeding 6 storeys


Medium




- Any area / not exceeding 36 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 36 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




- Hotels over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on building area

and building height, unless noted.

142. (1) The heading to Table 11.2.1.1.J. of Division B of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Table 11.2.1.1.J. (1)(4)(6)
Hazard Index

Forming Part of Sentences 11.2.1.1.(1) and (2)

(2) Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.J. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 800 m2 / 2 storey


Small




- 250 m2 / 3 storey (Public Heritage Building)


Small




- 1600 m2 / 3 storey


Medium




- Any area / not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade
and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey, but not exceeding 36 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 6




- Over 36 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on

building area and building height, unless noted.

(3) Table 11.2.1.1.J. of Division B of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Note:

(6)Buildings which exceed 3 storeys

in building height and are of combustible construction shall be sprinklered.

143. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.K. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 600 m2 / 2 storey


Small




- 250 m2 / 3 storey (Public Heritage Building)


Small




- 800 m2 / 3 storey


Medium




- Any area / up to 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on

building area and building height, unless noted.

144. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.M. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 600 m2 / 2 storey


Small




- 800 m2 /4 storey


Medium




- 600 m2 / 3 storey (Public Heritage Building)


Medium




- Any area / 6 storey
not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade
and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 7




(2) Sizes are based on

building area and building height, unless noted.

145. Notes 1 and 2 to Table 11.2.1.1.N. of Division B of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(1) 


Building Size (Maximum) (2)(3)


 




- 800 m2 / 2 storey


Small




- 1200 m2 / 4 storey


Medium




- 600 m2 / 3 storey (Public Heritage Building)


Medium




- Any area / 6 storey
not exceeding 18 m high, measured between grade
and the floor level of the top storey


Large




- Over 18 m, but not exceeding 36 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 5




- Over 36 m high, measured between grade and the floor level of the top storey


H.I. = 6




(2) Sizes are based on

building area and building height, unless noted.

146. Article 1.2.1.1. of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

1.2.1.1. Application

(1) Article 1.2.1.2. applies with respect to a building

described in clause 11 (3) (a) or (b) of the Architects Act or subsection 12 (4) or clause 12 (5) (a) of the Professional Engineers Act.

1.2.1.2. Design by Architect or Professional Engineer

(1) Where the foundations of a building are to be constructed below the level of the footings of an adjacent building and within the angle of repose of the soil, as drawn from the bottom of the footings, the foundations shall be designed by a professional engineer.

(2) A sprinkler protected glazed wall assembly described in Article 3.1.8.18. of Division B shall be designed by a professional engineer.

(3) A shelf and rack storage system described in Section 3.16. of Division B shall be designed by a professional engineer.

(4) The time-based egress analysis for a shelf and rack storage system

described in Sentence 3.16.1.7.(7) of Division B shall be prepared or provided by an architect or a professional engineer or a combination of both.

(5) The supporting framing structure and anchorage system for a tent occupying an area greater than 225 m2 shall be designed by a professional engineer.

(6) A sign structure attached in any manner to a building

shall be designed by an architect or a professional engineer or a combination of both where it is,

(a) a projecting sign that weighs more than 115 kg, or

(b) a roof sign that has any face that is more than 10 m2.

(7) A projecting sign attached in any manner to a parapet wall shall be designed by an architect or a professional engineer

or a combination of both.

147. (1) Sentence 1.2.2.1.(1) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “by an architect, professional engineer

or both” at the end and substituting “by an architect

or a professional engineer or a combination of both as set out in Column 3 of the Table”.

(2) Note 4 to Table 1.2.2.1. of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “by an architect or professional engineer

or both” and substituting “by an architect or a professional engineer or a combination of both”.

(3) Sentence 1.2.2.1.(2) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “reviewed by an architect, professional engineer

or both” and substituting “reviewed by an architect

or a professional engineer or a combination of both”.

(4) Sentence 1.2.2.1.(8) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “an architect, professional engineer

or both” in the portion before Clause (a) and substituting “an architect or a professional engineer

or a combination of both”.

(5) Sentence 1.2.2.1.(9) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(9) The construction of a projecting sign attached in any manner to a parapet wall shall be reviewed by an architect,

professional engineer or a combination of both.

148. (1) Note 1 to Table 1.3.1.4. of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(1) See Clause 1.3.1.4.(1)(a), Subclause 3.17.1.1.(1)(a)(i) of Division B and Clause 9.40.1.1.(1)(a) of Division B.

(2) Note 4 to Table 1.3.1.4. of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(4) See Clause 1.3.1.4.(1)(b), Subclause 3.17.1.1.(1)(a)(ii) of Division B and Clauses 9.40.1.1.(1)(b) and 11.4.2.3.(1)(b) of Division B.

149. (1) Sentence 1.3.3.1.(2) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Article 1.3.3.4. applies” at the end and substituting “Article 1.3.3.4. or 1.3.3.5. applies”.

(2) Clause 1.3.3.1.(3)(e) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(e) all required exits are completed, including all fire separations, doors, door hardware, self-closing devices, guards and handrails, from the uppermost floor to be occupied down to grade level and below if an exit connects with lower storeys,

(3) Clause 1.3.3.1.(3)(g) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “under construction” at the end and substituting “under construction”.

(4) Clause 1.3.3.1.(3)(h) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “kept”.

(5) Clause 1.3.3.1.(3)(i) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(i) if service rooms should be in operation, required fire separations and closures are completed,

(6) Clause 1.3.3.1.(3)(o) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(o) main garbage rooms, chutes and ancillary services are completed to all storeys to be occupied,

150. Sentence 1.3.3.2.(2) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Article 1.3.3.4. applies” at the end and substituting “Article 1.3.3.4. or 1.3.3.5. applies”.

151. Subclause 1.3.3.4.(4)(f)(i) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “fire stopping” at the end and substituting “fire stops”.

152. Subsection 1.3.3. of Division C of the Regulation is amended by adding the following Article:

1.3.3.5. Occupancy Permit — Buildings within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A.

(1) No person shall occupy or permit to be occupied a building

within the scope of Article 3.2.2.43A. or 3.2.2.50A. of Division B, or part of it, unless the chief building official or a person designated by the chief building official has issued a permit authorizing occupation of the building

or part of it in accordance with Sentence (3).

(2) This Article does not apply in respect of the occupancy of an existing building, or part of it, that has been subject to extension or material alteration or repair.

(3) The chief building official or a person designated by the chief building official shall issue a permit authorizing occupation of a building described in Sentence (1), where,

(a) the structure of the building is completed to the roof,

(b) the building

envelope, including, but not limited to, cladding, roofing, windows, doors, assemblies requiring fire-resistance ratings, closures, insulation, vapour barriers and air barriers, is complete,

(c) the walls enclosing the space to be occupied are completed, including balcony guards,

(d) all required fire separations and closures are completed,

(e) all required exits are completed, including all fire separations, doors, door hardware, self-closing devices, guards and handrails,

(f) all shafts including closures are completed,

(g) measures have been taken to prevent access to parts of the building and site that are incomplete or still under construction,

(h) floors, halls, lobbies and required means of egress are free of loose materials and other hazards,

(i)   if service rooms should be in operation, required fire separations and closures are completed,

(j) all building drains, building sewers, water systems, drainage systems

and venting systems are complete and tested as operational for the storeys to be occupied,

(k) required lighting, heating and electrical supply are provided for the suites, rooms and common areas to be occupied,

(l) required lighting in corridors, stairways and exits is completed and operational,

(m) required standpipe, sprinkler and fire alarm systems are complete and operational, together with required pumper connections for such standpipes and sprinklers,

(n) required smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms are complete and operational,

(o) required fire extinguishers have been installed,

(p) main garbage rooms, chutes and ancillary services are completed to all storeys to be occupied,

(q) required firefighting access routes have been provided and are accessible, and

(r) the sewage system has been completed and is operational.

(4) Where a registered code agency has been appointed to perform the functions described in clause 4.1 (4) (b) or (c) of the Act in respect of the construction of a building described in Sentence (1), the chief building official or a person designated by the chief building official

shall issue the permit referred to in Sentence (3) after receipt of a certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1.3.3.5.(1) of Division C issued by the registered code agency in respect of the building.

153. Clause 1.3.5.1.(2)(p) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Sentence 1.3.3.4.(4)” at the end and substituting “Sentence 1.3.3.4.(4) or 1.3.3.5.(3)”.

154. Clause 1.3.5.2.(1)(j) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Article 1.3.3.4.” at the end and substituting “Article 1.3.3.4. or 1.3.3.5.”.

155. Sentence 2.3.1.1.(1) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(1) The fee on an application to the Building Materials Evaluation Commission is,

(a) $5,000, for 2015,

(b) $7,000, for 2016,

(c) $9,000, for 2017, and

(d) $11,000, for 2018 and subsequent calendar years.

156. Section 3.1 of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

Section 3.1. Qualifications for Chief Building Officials and Inspectors

3.1.1. Scope and Definition

3.1.1.1. Scope

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (2), this Section prescribes, for the purposes of subsections 15.11 (1), (2) and (3) of the Act,

(a) the qualifications that a person must satisfy to be appointed and to remain appointed as,

(i) a chief building official under the Act, or

(ii) an inspector who has the same powers and duties as a chief building official in relation to plumbing,

(b) the qualifications that a person must satisfy to be appointed and to remain appointed as,

(i) an inspector who has the same powers and duties as a chief building official in relation to sewage systems, or

(ii) an inspector whose duties include plans review or inspection of sewage systems under the Act, and

(c) the qualifications that a person must satisfy to be appointed and to remain appointed as an inspector under the Act, other than an inspector described in Subclause (a)(ii) or (b)(i) or (ii).

(2) The qualification requirements for chief building officials and inspectors in Sentence (1) do not apply to plans review and inspection of,

(a) site services including,

(i) surface drainage, and

(ii) plumbing located underground either outside a building or under a building,

(b) construction

of a factory-built house certified to CSA A277, “Procedure for Factory Certification of Buildings”,

(c) construction

of a mobile home conforming to CSA Z240 MH Series, “Manufactured Homes”,

(d) construction

of a park model trailer conforming to CAN/CSA-Z241 Series, “Park Model Trailers”, or

(e) signs.

3.1.1.2. Definition

(1) In this Section,

“registered” means registered under Sentence 3.1.2.2.(1), 3.1.3.2.(1) or 3.1.4.2.(1), as applicable.

3.1.2. Chief Building Officials

3.1.2.1. Qualifications

(1) The following are prescribed as qualifications for a person to be appointed and to remain appointed under the Act as a chief building official or as an inspector who has the same powers and duties as a chief building official

in relation to sewage systems or plumbing:

(a) the person must be registered with the director.

(2) A registration shall be in a form established by the director.

(3) A person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.2.1.(1), as it read on that date, is deemed to have the qualification set out in Sentence (1) until the earlier of,

(a) the day the person is registered under Sentence 3.1.2.2.(1), and

(b) March 31, 2015.

3.1.2.2. Registration and Renewal of a Registration

(1) Subject to Article 3.1.5.7., the director

may register an applicant, or renew a registration, if,

(a) the applicant or registered person has successfully completed the examination program administered or authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing relating to the person’s knowledge of the Act and this Code and the powers and duties of chief building officials,

(b) the applicant or registered person also has the qualification set out in Sentence 3.1.4.1.(1), in the case of an applicant or registered person who, under subsection 22 (2) of the Act, will also exercise any of the powers or perform any of the duties of an inspector,

(c) the application is complete, and

(d) all fees required under Article 3.1.5.3. are paid.

(2) For the purposes of a registration or a renewal of a registration, a person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.2.1.(1), as it read on that date, is deemed to have the qualifications set out in Clause (1)(a).

(3) If a person is given notice of a knowledge maintenance examination either after December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.5.6.(1) or, on or before December 31, 2014, under Sentence 3.1.5.1.(2), as it read on that date, and does not successfully complete the knowledge maintenance examination referred in the notice by the end of the eighteenth month following the month in which the director gives notice of the knowledge maintenance examination to the person, Sentence (2) ceases to apply to the person at the end of that period.

3.1.3. Supervisors and Managers

3.1.3.1. Qualifications

(1) The following are prescribed as qualifications for a person to be appointed and to remain appointed under the Act as an inspector

whose duties are solely the supervision or management of inspectors:

(a) the person must be registered with the director.

(2) A registration shall be in a form established by the director.

(3) A person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.3.1.(1), as it read on that date, is deemed to have the qualification set out in Sentence (1) until the earlier of,

(a) the day the person is registered under Sentence 3.1.3.2.(1), and

(b) March 31, 2015.

3.1.3.2. Registration and Renewal of a Registration

(1) Subject to Article 3.1.5.7., the director

may register an applicant, or renew a registration, if,

(a) the applicant or registered person has successfully completed the examination program administered or authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing relating to the person’s knowledge of the Act and this Code and the powers and duties of chief building officials,

(b) the applicant or registered person has successfully completed the examination program administered or authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing relating to the person’s knowledge of the Act and this Code in any one category of qualification set out in Column 2 of Table 3.5.2.1.,

(c) the application is complete, and

(d) all fees required under Article 3.1.5.3. are paid.

(2) For the purposes of a registration or a renewal of a registration, a person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.3.1.(1), as it read on that date, is deemed to have the qualifications set out in Clauses (1)(a) and (b).

(3) If a person is given notice of a knowledge maintenance examination that relates to the subject matter of an examination program referred to in Clause (1)(a) or (b), as applicable, either after December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.5.6.(1) or, on or before December 31, 2014, under Sentence 3.1.5.1.(2), as it read on that date, and does not successfully complete the knowledge maintenance examination referred in the notice by the end of the eighteenth month following the month in which the director

gives notice of the knowledge maintenance examination to the person, Sentence (2) ceases to apply to the person at the end of that period with respect to the qualifications set out in Clause (1)(a) or (b), as applicable.

3.1.4. Inspectors

3.1.4.1. Qualifications

(1) Except as provided in Article 3.1.4.3. or 3.1.4.4., the following are prescribed as qualifications for a person to be appointed and to remain appointed under the Act as an inspector whose duties include plans review or inspection under the Act:

(a) the person must be registered with the director.

(2) A registration shall be in a form established by the director.

(3) A person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.4.1.(1) in a category of qualification set out in Column 2 of Table 3.5.2.1., as they read on that date, is deemed to be registered in the class of registration that corresponds to that category of qualification until the earlier of,

(a) the day the person is registered in that class of registration under Sentence 3.1.4.2.(1), and

(b) March 31, 2015.

3.1.4.2. Registration and Renewal of a Registration

(1) Subject to Article 3.1.5.7., the director

may register an applicant, or renew a registration, in each class of registration applied for, if,

(a) the applicant or registered person has successfully completed the examination program administered or authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing relating to the person’s knowledge of the Act and this Code in the category of qualification set out in Column 2 of Table 3.5.2.1. that corresponds to each class of registration set out in Column 1 of Table 3.5.2.1. for which application is made,

(b) the application is complete, and

(c) all fees required under Article 3.1.5.3. are paid.

(2) For the purposes of a registration or a renewal of a registration in a class of registration, a person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.4.1.(1) in a category of qualification set out in Column 2 of Table 3.5.2.1., as they read on that date, is deemed to have the qualifications set out in Clause (1)(a) in that category of qualification.

(3) If a person is given notice of a knowledge maintenance examination that relates to the subject matter of an examination program in the category of qualification either after December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.1.5.6.(1) or, on or before December 31, 2014, under Sentence 3.1.5.1.(2), as it read on that date, and does not successfully complete the knowledge maintenance examination referred in the notice by the end of the eighteenth month following the month in which the

director gives notice of the knowledge maintenance examination to the person, Sentence (2) ceases to apply to the person at the end of that period.

3.1.4.3. Qualifications for Intern Inspectors

(1) A person may be appointed or remain appointed under the Act as an intern inspector whose duties include supervised plans review or inspection under the Act, even if the person does not have the qualification set out in Article 3.1.4.1., provided the person is enrolled in an internship program approved by the Minister.

(2) An intern inspector who is exempt under Sentence (1) shall be supervised by an inspector or chief building official who is registered in the class of registration in respect of which the intern inspector

will exercise the powers or perform the duties.

(3) An intern inspector who is exempt under Sentence (1) shall not,

(a) issue orders under the Act except orders under subsection 12 (2) or 13 (1) of the Act, or

(b) undertake a site inspection of a building related to a notice in respect of,

(i) substantial completion of footings and foundations prior to commencement of backfilling, or

(ii) completion of construction and installation of components required to permit the issuance of an occupancy permit under Sentence 1.3.3.1.(3), 1.3.3.4.(4) or 1.3.3.5.(3) or to permit occupancy under Sentence 1.3.3.2.(1), if the building or part of the building

to be occupied is not fully completed.

3.1.4.4. Qualifications for Maintenance Program Inspectors

(1) A person may be appointed or remain appointed under the Act as an inspector whose duties include maintenance inspections of sewage systems, even if the person does not have the qualification set out in Article 3.1.4.1. in respect of these duties.

(2) An inspector who is exempt under Sentence (1) is authorized to conduct maintenance inspections of sewage systems only if the following conditions are met:

(a) the person is supervised by an inspector or chief building official

who is registered in the class of registration described in Column 1 of Item 10 of Table 3.5.2.1., and

(b) the person does not issue orders under the Act.

3.1.5. Qualifications — Chief Building Officials, Supervisors and Managers, and Inspectors

3.1.5.1. Application for Registration or Renewal of a Registration

(1) An application for registration or renewal of a registration shall be made to the director in a form established by the director.

(2) An application for renewal of a registration shall be made at least 60 days before the expiry of the registration to be renewed.

(3) An application for registration or renewal of a registration shall include an undertaking by the applicant or registered person to comply with the conditions set out in Article 3.1.5.5.

(4) An application for registration or renewal of a registration shall,

(a) set out the applicant’s or registered person’s name, residence address, residential mailing address, if different from the residence address, and email address, if applicable,

(b) set out the name and address of every principal authority that has appointed the person as a chief building official or inspector under the Act, and

(c) contain evidence, provided by the applicant or registered person, that the applicant or registered person has the qualifications set out in Clauses 3.1.2.2.(1)(a) and (b), 3.1.3.2.(1)(a) and (b), or 3.1.4.2.(1)(a), as applicable.

3.1.5.2. Term

(1) A registration expires one year after it is issued but the director may, for the purposes of staggering the renewal dates of the registrations, issue the initial registration for a term of not less than 90 days and not more than 18 months.

3.1.5.3. Fees

(1) The fee payable for an application to take an examination that is part of an examination program referred to in Clause 3.1.2.2.(1)(a), 3.1.3.2.(1)(a) or (b) or 3.1.4.2.(1)(a) is $150.

(2) The fee for a registration or renewal of a registration is,

(a) $105, for 2015, and

(b) the amount determined in accordance with Sentences (3) and (4) rounded to the nearest dollar, for 2016 and subsequent calendar years.

(3) On and after January 1, 2016, the fee for a calendar year is the fee for the previous calendar year adjusted by the percentage change from year to year in the Consumer Price Index for Ontario (All-Items) as reported monthly by Statistics Canada under the authority of the Statistics Act

(Canada), averaged over the 12-month period that ends on March 31 of the previous calendar year, rounded to the first decimal point.

(4) Despite Sentence (3), if the percentage change results in a negative amount, the fee for a calendar year shall remain at the same level as the previous calendar year.

3.1.5.4. Not Transferable

(1) A registration is not transferable.

3.1.5.5. Conditions

(1) The following are the conditions of a registration:

(a) the registered person shall, within 15 days after the event, notify the director

in writing of any change in the information set out in Clause 3.1.5.1.(4)(a) or (b),

(b) in the case of a registered person who is given notice of a knowledge maintenance examination under Sentence 3.1.5.6.(1), the person shall successfully complete the knowledge maintenance examination referred to in the notice by the end of the eighteenth month following the month in which the director gives notice of the knowledge maintenance examination to the person, and

(c) in the case of an inspector registered under Sentence 3.1.4.2.(1), the person shall exercise his or her powers and perform his or her duties only in respect of the type of buildings described in Column 3 of Table 3.5.2.1. that correspond to the class or classes of registration held by the person.

3.1.5.6. Knowledge Maintenance

(1) The director shall give notice of a knowledge maintenance examination administered or authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing in respect of changes described in Sentence (2) that relate to the subject matter of an examination program referred to in Clause 3.1.2.2.(1)(a), 3.1.3.2.(1)(a) or (b) or 3.1.4.2.(1)(a), as applicable, to every person who, on December 31, 2013, has the qualifications set out in Sentence 3.1.2.1.(1), 3.1.3.1.(1) or 3.1.4.1.(1), as applicable, of Division C of Ontario Regulation 350/06 (Building Code) made under the Act.

(2) The changes referred to in Sentence (1) are changes made to the Act and Ontario Regulation 350/06 from December 31, 2006 to December 31, 2013 and changes made at the time that regulation is replaced by this Code on January 1, 2014.

(3) The director may give the notice referred to in Sentence (1) by sending it,

(a) by regular mail to the last address of the person that has been filed with the

director, or

(b) by email to the last email address of the person that has been filed with the director.

3.1.5.7. Suspension, Revocation, Refusal to Register or Renew a Registration

(1) The director may, in the circumstances set out in Sentence (2),

(a) refuse to register an applicant or to renew a registration, or

(b) suspend or revoke a registration.

(2) The circumstances referred to in Sentence (1) are,

(a) the registered person is in breach of a condition of the registration,

(b) the registration was issued on the basis of mistaken, false or incorrect information,

(c) an order under subsection 69 (2) of the Provincial Offences Act is in effect directing that the registration of the person be suspended and that no registration be issued to that person until a fine is paid,

(d) the application is incomplete, or

(e) any fees required under Article 3.1.5.3. remain unpaid.

(3) If the director proposes to refuse to register or renew a registration or proposes to suspend or revoke a registration, the director shall serve a notice of the proposal, together with the reasons for it, on the applicant or registered person.

(4) A notice under Sentence (3) shall state that the applicant or registered person is entitled to a hearing before the Tribunal

if the applicant or registered person, within 15 days after service of the notice referred to in Sentence (3), serves the director

and the Tribunal with notice in writing requesting a hearing.

(5) If the applicant or registered person does not request a hearing by the Tribunal in accordance with Sentence (4), the director may carry out the proposal stated in the notice under Sentence (3).

(6) If the applicant or registered person requests a hearing before the Tribunal in accordance with Sentence (4), the Tribunal shall appoint a time for and hold a hearing and may by order direct the director to carry out the director’s proposal or refrain from carrying it out and to take such other action as the Tribunal considers the director ought to take in accordance with the Act and this Code, and for those purposes, the Tribunal

may substitute its opinion for that of the director.

(7) The director, the applicant or registered person who requested the hearing, and such other persons as the Tribunal may specify, are parties to proceedings before the Tribunal.

(8) Sentences (3) to (7) do not apply and the director

may cancel the registration of a registered person upon receipt of a request in writing for cancellation from the registered person in a form established by the director.

(9) If, within the time period set out in Sentence 3.1.5.1.(2), the registered person has applied for renewal of a registration and paid the fee required under Article 3.1.5.3., the registration is deemed to continue until the earlier of,

(a) the day the registration is renewed, and

(b) if the registered person is served with notice that the director proposes to refuse to renew the registration, the day the time for giving notice requesting a hearing expires or, if a hearing is held, the day the Tribunal

makes its order.

3.1.6. Public Register

3.1.6.1. Public Register

(1) The director shall establish and maintain a register available to the public that lists every person who has the qualifications required by subsections 15.11 (1), (2) and (3) of the Act and has been appointed as a chief building official or inspector by a principal authority.

(2) The register referred to in Sentence (1) shall contain the following information with respect to each registered person:

(a) the name of the registered person,

(b) any identifying number assigned by the director to the registered person,

(c) the name and address of each principal authority that has appointed the registered person as a chief building official or inspector, and

(d) the classes of registration of the registered person.

3.1.7. Classes of Registration and Categories of Qualifications

3.1.7.1. Classes and Categories

(1) Table 3.5.2.1. contains the classes of registration and categories of qualifications for the purposes of this Section.

157. Sentence 3.2.4.8.(3) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(3) The director may give the notice referred to in Sentence (1) by sending it,

(a) by regular mail to the last address of the registered person that has been filed with the director, or

(b) by email to the last email address of the registered person that has been filed with the director.

158. Subsections 3.2.5. and 3.2.6. of Division C of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

3.2.5. Qualifications — Other Designers

3.2.5.1. General

(1) Except as provided in Sentence (3), a person who carries out design activities but is not required under Sentence 3.2.4.1.(1) to be registered with the director under Sentence 3.2.4.2.(1) must have the following qualification:

(a) the person must be registered with the director under Sentence 3.2.5.2.(1).

(2) A registration shall be in a form established by the director.

(3) A person is exempt from the requirement to comply with the qualification in Sentence (1), if his or her design activities

relate only to,

(a) design activities in respect of which a person described in Clause 3.2.4.7.(1)(c) or who has the qualification required under Sentence (1) will review and take responsibility,

(b) construction

of,

(i) a detached house, semi-detached house, townhouse or row house owned by the person and containing not more than two dwelling units in each house, or

(ii) an ancillary building that serves a building

described in Subclause (i),

(c) construction

of a farm building that,

(i) is of low human occupancy,

(ii) is 2 storeys or less in building height, and

(iii) has a building area of less than 600 m2,

(d) a sewage system to be constructed by that person and,

(i) the person is registered under Article 3.3.3.2., or

(ii) the sewage system is owned by the person,

(e) construction

of tents described in Sentence 3.14.1.2.(2) of Division B,

(f) construction

of signs,

(g) construction

of site services including,

(i) surface drainage, and

(ii) plumbing located underground, either outside a building or under a building,

(h) construction

of pre-engineered elements of a building, if the design of the elements is carried out by a person competent in the specific discipline appropriate to the circumstances,

(i) construction

of appliances, equipment and similar incidental components of a building,

(j) construction

of an ancillary building,

(i) that serves a detached house, semi-detached house, townhouse or row house if the house contains not more than two dwelling units, and

(ii) that has a building area of not more than 55 m2, or

(k) construction

of a building for which a permit under section 8 of the Act is applied for or issued before January 1, 2006 and for which construction is commenced within six months after the permit is issued.

(4) A person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.2.5.1.(1) in a category of qualification set out in Column 2 of Table 3.5.2.1., as they read on that date, is deemed to be registered in the class of registration that corresponds to that category of qualification until the earlier of,

(a) the day the person is registered in that class of registration under Sentence 3.2.5.2.(1), and

(b) March 31, 2015.

3.2.5.2. Registration and Renewal of a Registration

(1) Subject to Article 3.2.5.8., the director

may register an applicant, or renew a registration, in each class of registration applied for, if,

(a) the applicant or registered person has successfully completed the examination program administered or authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing relating to the person’s knowledge of the Act and this Code in the category of qualification set out in Column 2 of Table 3.5.2.1. that corresponds to each class of registration set out in Column 1 of Table 3.5.2.1. for which application is made.

(b) the application is complete, and

(c) all fees required under Article 3.2.5.5. are paid.

(2) For the purposes of a registration or a renewal of a registration in a class of registration, a person who was qualified on December 31, 2014 under Clauses 3.2.5.1.(1)(a) and (b) in a category of qualification set out in Column 2 of Table 3.5.2.1., as they read on that date, is deemed to have the qualifications set out in Clause (1)(a) in that category of qualification.

(3) If a person is given notice of a knowledge maintenance examination that relates to the subject matter of an examination program in the category of qualification either after December 31, 2014 under Sentence 3.2.5.7.(1) or, on or before December 31, 2014, under Sentence 3.2.5.2.(2), as it read on that date, and does not successfully complete the knowledge maintenance examination referred in the notice by the end of the eighteenth month following the month in which the director gives notice of the knowledge maintenance examination to the person, Sentence (2) ceases to apply to the person at the end of that period.

3.2.5.3. Application for Registration or Renewal of a Registration

(1) An application for registration or renewal of a registration shall be made to the director in a form established by the director.

(2) An application for renewal of a registration shall be made at least 60 days before the expiry of the registration to be renewed.

(3) An application for registration or renewal of a registration shall include an undertaking by the applicant or registered person to comply with the conditions set out in Article 3.2.5.6.

(4) An application for registration or renewal of a registration shall,

(a) set out the applicant’s or registered person’s name, residence address, residential mailing address, if different from the residence address, and email address, if applicable, and

(b) contain evidence, provided by the applicant or registered person, that the applicant or registered person has the qualifications set out in Clause 3.2.5.2.(1)(a).

3.2.5.4. Term

(1) A registration expires one year after it is issued but the director may, for the purposes of staggering the renewal dates of the registrations, issue the initial registration for a term of not less than 90 days and not more than 18 months.

3.2.5.5. Fees

(1) The fee payable for an application to take an examination that is part of an examination program referred to in Clause 3.2.5.2.(1)(a) is $150.

(2) The fee for a registration or renewal of a registration is,

(a) $105, for 2015, and

(b) the amount determined in accordance with Sentences (3) and (4) rounded to the nearest dollar, for 2016 and subsequent calendar years.

(3) On and after January 1, 2016, the fee for a calendar year is the fee for the previous calendar year adjusted by the percentage change from year to year in the Consumer Price Index for Ontario (All-Items) as reported monthly by Statistics Canada under the authority of the Statistics Act

(Canada), averaged over the 12-month period that ends on March 31 of the previous calendar year, rounded to the first decimal point.

(4) Despite Sentence (3), if the percentage change results in a negative amount, the fee for a calendar year shall remain at the same level as the previous calendar year.

3.2.5.6. Conditions

(1) The following are the conditions of a registration:

(a) the registered person shall carry out design activities only in respect of the type of buildings described in Column 3 of Table 3.5.2.1. that correspond to the class or classes of registration held by the registered person,

(b) in the case of a registered person who is given notice of a knowledge maintenance examination under Sentence 3.2.5.7.(1), the person shall successfully complete the knowledge maintenance examination referred to in the notice by the end of the eighteenth month following the month in which the director gives notice of the knowledge maintenance examination to the person,

(c) the registered person shall, within 15 days after the event, notify the director

in writing of any change in the information set out in Clause 3.2.5.3.(4)(a),

(d) the registered person shall include the following information on any document respecting design activities that the person has reviewed and taken responsibility for and that is submitted to a chief building official or registered code agency

in the circumstances set out in subsection 15.11 (5) of the Act:

(i) the person’s name and any identifying number assigned to the person by the director

in respect of the person’s registration,

(ii) a statement that the person has reviewed and taken responsibility for the design activities, and

(iii) the person’s signature.

3.2.5.7. Knowledge Maintenance

(1) The director shall give notice of a knowledge maintenance examination administered or authorized by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing in respect of changes described in Sentence (2) that relate to the subject matter of an examination program referred to in Clause 3.2.5.2.(1)(a) to every person who, on December 31, 2013, has the qualifications set out in Clauses 3.2.5.1.(1)(a) and (b) of Division C of Ontario Regulation 350/06 (Building Code) made under the Act.

(2) The changes referred to in Sentence (1) are changes made to the Act and Ontario Regulation 350/06 from December 31, 2006 to December 31, 2013 and changes made at the time that regulation is replaced by this Code on January 1, 2014.

(3) The director may give the notice referred to in Sentence (1) by sending it,

(a) by regular mail to the last address of the person that has been filed with the

director, or

(b) by email to the last email address of the person that has been filed with the director.

3.2.5.8. Suspension, Revocation, Refusal to Register or Renew a Registration

(1) The director may, in the circumstances set out in Sentence (2),

(a) refuse to register an applicant or to renew a registration, or

(b) suspend or revoke a registration.

(2) The circumstances referred to in Sentence (1) are,

(a) the registered person is in breach of a condition of the registration,

(b) the registration was issued on the basis of mistaken, false or incorrect information,

(c) an order under subsection 69 (2) of the Provincial Offences Act is in effect directing that the registration of the person be suspended and that no registration be issued to that person until a fine is paid,

(d) the application is incomplete, or

(e) any fees required under Article 3.2.5.5. remain unpaid.

(3) If the director proposes to refuse to register or renew a registration or proposes to suspend or revoke a registration, the director shall serve a notice of the proposal, together with the reasons for it, on the applicant or registered person.

(4) A notice under Sentence (3) shall state that the applicant or registered person is entitled to a hearing before the Tribunal

if the applicant or registered person, within 15 days after service of the notice referred to in Sentence (3), serves the director

and the Tribunal with notice in writing requesting a hearing.

(5) If the applicant or registered person does not request a hearing by the Tribunal in accordance with Sentence (4), the director may carry out the proposal stated in the notice under Sentence (3).

(6) If the applicant or registered person requests a hearing before the Tribunal in accordance with Sentence (4), the Tribunal shall appoint a time for and hold a hearing and may by order direct the director to carry out the director’s proposal or refrain from carrying it out and to take such other action as the Tribunal considers the director ought to take in accordance with the Act and this Code, and for those purposes, the Tribunal

may substitute its opinion for that of the director.

(7) The director, the applicant or registered person who requested the hearing, and such other persons as the Tribunal may specify, are parties to proceedings before the Tribunal.

(8) Sentences (3) to (7) do not apply and the director

may cancel the registration of a registered person upon receipt of a request in writing for cancellation from the registered person in a form established by the director.

(9) If, within the time period set out in Sentence 3.2.5.3.(2), the registered person has applied for renewal of a registration and paid the fee required under Article 3.2.5.5., the registration is deemed to continue until the earlier of,

(a) the day the registration is renewed, and

(b) if the registered person is served with notice that the director proposes to refuse to renew the registration, the day the time for giving notice requesting a hearing expires or, if a hearing is held, the day the Tribunal

makes its order.

3.2.6. Public Register

3.2.6.1. Public Register

(1) The director shall establish and maintain a register available to the public that lists every person who has the qualifications required by clause 8 (2) (c) and subsection 15.11 (5) of the Act.

(2) The register referred to in Sentence (1) shall contain the following information with respect to every person registered under Sentence 3.2.4.2.(1):

(a) the name of the registered person,

(b) any identifying number assigned by the director to the registered person,

(c) the business address of the registered person,

(d) the classes of registration of the registered person,

(e) the names of the person or persons who will review and take responsibility for design activities carried out by the registered person in each class of registration, and

(f) any identifying number assigned by the director to the person or persons referred to in Clause (e).

(3) The register referred to in Sentence (1) shall contain the following information with respect to every person registered under Sentence 3.2.5.2.(1):

(a) the name of the registered person,

(b) any identifying number assigned by the director to the registered person, and

(c) the classes of registration of the registered person.

159. Sentence 3.3.3.8.(3) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(3) The director may give the notice referred to in Sentence (1) by sending it,

(a) by regular mail to the last address of the registered person that has been filed with the director, or

(b) by email to the last email address of the registered person that has been filed with the director.

160. Sentence 3.4.3.8.(3) of Division C of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(3) The director may give the notice referred to in Sentence (1) by sending it,

(a) by regular mail to the last address of the registered person that has been filed with the director, or

(b) by email to the last email address of the registered person that has been filed with the director.

161. Sentence 3.7.2.1.(2) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “undertaken by an architect or professional engineer

or both” and substituting “undertaken by an architect

or a professional engineer or a combination of both”.

162. (1) Sentence 3.7.4.3.(2) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “general review of an architect or professional engineer or both” and substituting “general review of an architect or a professional engineer

or a combination of both”.

(2) Clause 3.7.4.3.(6)(c) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Clauses 1.3.3.4.(4)(a) to (j)” at the end and substituting “Clauses 1.3.3.4.(4)(a) to (i)”.

(3) Sentences 3.7.4.3.(7) and (8) of Division C of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted:

(7) A registered code agency may issue a certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1.3.3.5.(1) of Division C

if the registered code agency,

(a) has been appointed to perform the functions described in clause 4.1 (4) (b) or (c) of the Act in respect of the construction of a building described in Sentence 1.3.3.5.(1) to which the certificate applies,

(b) has, in conformity with the Act, this Code and the quality management plan described in Clause 3.4.3.2.(1)(d), carried out the applicable functions for which the registered code agency was appointed, and

(c) is satisfied on reasonable grounds that, on the date on which the certificate for the occupancy of a building described in Sentence 1.3.3.5.(1) of Division C

is issued, the construction of the building to which the certificate relates is in compliance with Clauses 1.3.3.5.(3)(a) to (r).

(8) A registered code agency may issue a final certificate if the registered code agency,

(a) has been appointed to perform the functions described in clause 4.1 (4) (b) or (c) of the Act in respect of the construction of the building to which the final certificate applies,

(b) has, in conformity with the Act, this Code and the quality management plan described in Clause 3.4.3.2.(1)(d), carried out the applicable functions for which the registered code agency was appointed, and

(c) is satisfied on reasonable grounds that on the date on which the final certificate

is issued, the construction of the building to which the final certificate relates is in compliance with this Code.

(9) Every certificate issued under the Act by a registered code agency shall be in a form approved by the Minister.

163. Sentence 4.1.3.1.(1) of Division C of the Regulation, as made by subsection 138 (2) of Ontario Regulation 361/13, is amended by striking out “Item 329” and substituting “Item 337”.

164. Sentence 4.2.1.1.(2) of Division C of the Regulation is amended by striking out “Item 329” and substituting “Item 337”.

O. Reg. 360/13

165. The following provisions of Ontario Regulation 360/13 are revoked:

1. Section 5, which would remake Section 3.1 of Division C of the Regulation.

2. Section 13, which would remake Subsections 3.2.5. and 3.2.6. of Division C of the Regulation.

O. Reg. 361/13

166. Subsections 3 (10) and (20) of Ontario Regulation 361/13, which would amend Table 1.3.1.2. of Division B of the Regulation, are revoked.

O. Reg. 368/13

167. The following provisions of Ontario Regulation 368/13 are revoked:

1. Section 2, which would amend Table 1.3.1.2. of Division B of the Regulation.

2. Section 4, which would make Sentence 3.2.4.22.(13) of Division B of the Regulation.

3. Section 6, which would remake Article 3.4.6.1. of Division B of the Regulation.

4. Section 13, which would remake Sentence 3.8.1.5.(1) of Division B of the Regulation.

5. Section 23, which would remake Articles 3.8.3.8. to 3.8.3.13. of Division B of the Regulation.

6. Section 24, which would remake Articles 3.8.3.15. and 3.8.3.16. and make Articles 3.8.3.17. and 3.8.3.18. of Division B of the Regulation.

7. Subsection 34 (2), which would remake Sentences 9.8.9.6.(3) and (4) and make Sentence 9.8.9.6.(5) of Division B of the Regulation.

8. Section 35, which would make Sentence 9.10.19.1.(2) of Division B of the Regulation.

9. Section 36, which would remake Sentence 9.10.19.3.(3) and make Sentence 9.10.19.3.(4) of Division B of the Regulation.

10. Section 37, which would remake Article 11.3.3.2. of Division B of the Regulation.

Commencement

168. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes into force on filing.

(2) Sections 1 to 164 come into force on January 1, 2015.